Carbon Tracer app promises to give consumers the power to curb their emissions

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Consumers will be able to discover how much CO2 is being produced generating their local electricity, and then curb their reliance on the highest carbon power

A new app launched this week by Western Power Distribution (WPD) and the Carbon Trust is aiming to put power back into consumers hands by providing them with up to date information on the carbon footprint...

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