Tic-Tock Goes the Carbon

Written by Adam Siegel   
Monday, 30 July 2007

digg_url = ‘http://www.digg.com/environment/Tic_Tock_Goes_Carbon_Energy_Clock_Cool_Tool_Environment_on_Desktop’;Lou Grinzo, at The Cost of Energy, often has some of the best commentary on energy issues out there, succinctly catching key elements of major reports and articles from all over the spectrum. He also provides tools of interest, such as the Energy Clock. Want a real time running on your desktop, tally of electricity generation, natural gas usage, wind power generation, CO2 emissions, and much more for the US and the globe, Lou has the tool for you.

Cross-posted from EcoGeek.

One response to “Tic-Tock Goes the Carbon

  1. Thanks very much for the kind words!

    I have more Energy Clock variations in the works for things like oil consumption by country.

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