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Residential
89%

Switch to electric heater
Transportation
67%

26% of the city’s emissions comes from the residential sector.

21.78 percent
Electricity
Single-family
Mobile homes
Condo and multi-family
Space Heating
Space Cooling
Lighting
Cooking
Water heating
Appliance
Ventilation
Refrigeration
Other
3.78 percent
Natural gas
Single-family
Mobile homes
Condo and multi-family
Space Heating
Space Cooling
Lighting
Cooking
Water heating
Appliance
Ventilation
Refrigeration
Other

12% of the city’s emissions comes from the commercial sector.

21.78 percent
Electricity
Education
Food sales
Food service
Health care
Lodging
Mercantile
Office
Public assembly
Public order and safety
Religious worship
Service
Warehouse and storage
Other
Heating
Cooling
Lighting
Cooking
Water Heating
Office Equipment
Ventilation
Refrigeration
Other
3.78 percent
Natural gas
Education
Food sales
Food service
Health care
Lodging
Mercantile
Office
Public assembly
Public order and safety
Religious worship
Service
Warehouse and storage
Other
Heating
Cooling
Lighting
Cooking
Water Heating
Office Equipment
Ventilation
Refrigeration
Other

17% of the city’s emissions comes from the industrial sector.

21.78 percent
Electricity
Chemical and petrochemical
Food and tobacco
Iron and steel
Non-ferrous metals
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Transport equipment
Wood and wood products
Package
Heating
Cooling
Lighting
Cooking
Water Heating
Office Equipment
Ventilation
Refrigeration
Misc. Raw materials
Boilers
Process Heating
Process Cooling
Machines
Electro-chemicals
Facility HVAC
Facility Lighting
Other
3.78 percent
Natural gas
Chemical and petrochemical
Food and tobacco
Iron and steel
Non-ferrous metals
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Transport equipment
Wood and wood products
Package
Heating
Cooling
Lighting
Cooking
Water Heating
Office Equipment
Ventilation
Refrigeration
Misc. Raw materials
Boilers
Process Heating
Process Cooling
Machines
Electro-chemicals
Facility HVAC
Facility Lighting
Other

39% of the city’s emissions comes from the transportation sector.

21.78 percent
Electricity
Rail (Train)
Passenger cars
Freight road
Buses
Motorcycle
Water (Ships)
Air (planes)
Other
Rail (Train)
Passenger cars
Freight road
Buses
Motorcycle
Water (Ships)
Air (planes)
3.78 percent
Gasoline
Passengers Cars (Auto)
Trucks
Motorcycles
Buses
Airplanes (Aviation)
Boats (Waterborne)
Train and Rail
3.78 percent
Diesel
Bicycle
Walking

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Total City-wide emissions

55,117

The City of Roeland Park, KS has emitted over 55,117 metric tons of CO2e in 2019. By 2025, the city plans to significantly lower their community-wide emissions to 40,000. Take a tour

Coal 8%

Petroleum 8%

Natural gas 15%

Nuclear 17%

Geothermal 15%

Solar 10%

Biomass 13%

Wind 11%

Hydro 1%

Besides increasing the level of electrification of end-use equipment and assets, it is important to, as well as lower the grid losses.

0
1890

Electricity generation

55,117

Hydroelectric 32.72%
Biomass 32.72%
Solar 32.72%
Nuclear 32.72%

0
1890

Electricity generation

55,117

Hydroelectric 32.72%
Biomass 32.72%
Solar 32.72%
Nuclear 32.72%

0
1890

Electricity generation

55,117 +3.49%

Hydroelectric 32.72%
Biomass 32.72%
Solar 32.72%
Nuclear 32.72%
50%

50% In landfill
0
1890

Electricity generation

1,714,465

Hydroelectric 32.72%
Biomass 32.72%
Solar 32.72%
Nuclear 32.72%

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