See How Efficiency Affects CO2 Levels!

If you are comfortable using spreadsheets, you may want to skip the video below and go to section headed Instructions.


The section of the chart below links to an online chart which will enable you to see how different engine efficiencies affect CO2 emissions.  Once you have linked to the online chart by following the steps below, you will see red bars representing CO2 Emissions today, and green bars representing CO2 Emissions with engine efficiencies that appear in the the BLUE  cells.  You can change the efficiencies in the BLUE  cells to see what happens to the CO2 Emissions.

WARNING: The Online Chart below ONLY functions properly if you are visiting this site while your gmail account is open.  Don’t blame us, blame the proprietors of Google.  However, if you are comfortable with Excel, simply download the Excel sheet (FutureCO2-1201) by clicking on the link below.  That will teach them!



  1. Move the cursor to the top right-hand portion of the chart until you see a square with an arrow pointing up and to the right; this is the Pop-Out icon.  Click on it.
  2. You will now see a screen with the chart in white surrounded by black.  Move the cursor to top and click on the words ‘Open with’.
  3. Click on ‘Google sheets’.
    Please inform us of any problems you have using the chart on your computer.

4 thoughts on “See How Efficiency Affects CO2 Levels!”

  1. Hey, I think your blog might be having browser compatibility
    issues. When I look at your website in Opera, itt looks fine bbut
    when opening inn Internet Explorer, it has some overlapping.
    I just wanted to give you a quick heads up! Other then that, terrific blog!

    1. Ada, If you are using Google the spreadsheet works, if you are not using Google but have Excel you can download and the spreadsheet works, otherwise we can’t make it work.

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