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Other Trackers

Here’s an interesting eclectic mixture of live trackers all updating on a regular basis. Everything from the mix of energy (solar, wind, gas etc.) to the UK electric grid, to carbon footprint, to International Space Station and even all Space satellites and debris.

If you are aware of any other trackers, then please let us know and we’ll do our best to include.

Live Satellite Tracker (ISS, Hubble and more…)

By |2020-10-18T18:28:49+01:00October 18th, 2020|Astronomy, Other Trackers, Tools & Trackers, Weather|

Incredibly there ca. 22k objects orbiting the earth at the moment, and at any point in time there's around 2,400 crossing over Crondall! Elon Musk's Starlink Internet project has already launched ca. 800 mini satellites (as at October2020) with another 700 or so still to come by 2022. We've picked out the top [...]

British Electricity Source Mix Tracker 2012 to Current Day

By |2020-10-11T18:04:58+01:00October 11th, 2020|Other Trackers, Tools & Trackers|

Here's a simple summary to show how the mix of electricity generation has changed over the years from 2012 to the current date.  Importantly you can see coal has been gradually replaced by the more planet friendly gas and renewables. If you want the current live mix then click here, and click here [...]

British Electricity Last 12months Source Tracker

By |2020-10-11T17:57:36+01:00October 11th, 2020|Other Trackers, Tools & Trackers|

Here's a great summary of where the last 12 months' electricity has been generated from, in terms of Wind, Solar, Nuclear, Gas etc.  If you'd like to see how this compares to the current mix right now then click here Immense thanks to Dr Andrew Crossland for allowing us to use these trackers. [...]

British Electricity Live Source Tracker

By |2020-10-18T12:29:35+01:00October 11th, 2020|Other Trackers, Tools & Trackers|

Here's a really excellent tracker which gives quick overview of the live electricity mix, carbon emissions and the amount of low carbon electricity. Immense thanks to Dr Andrew Crossland for allowing us to use the tracker and also various other Carbon Use Trackers and Renewable energy information. As well as showing how much of [...]

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