Our website carbon report page is updated every day to give everything you need in one place.
We've tried to break up each report into three sections:
The top section of a report page give you a quick over view of your website. It includes:
EcoScore: A score out of 100 based on things like carbon intensity and Google Lighthouse scores.
CO2 grams: Amount of carbon emissions produces each page view
Transferred: Transferred over the network
Resources: Resources loaded by the page
Load time: 2.5 seconds or less is good
Requests: amount of requests made to load your website. 73 is the average.
Countries: how many countries your resources come from
CO2 intensity: the grid intensities where your resources come from.
Low-carbon: overall percentage of how low-carbon your site is
This graph below shows the daily change of resources of your website and total page size.
The resource locations table shows where all the resources that your website needs to run come from around the world.
From here we can calculate how the carbon intensity of the grids in those conuntries using live energy data.
This is how we decide if your website has environmentally friendly hosting.
You can also get a breakdown of the resources with the largest transfer size.
In each report you'll see scores for key KPIs from Google Lighthouse we've added these in to give you everything you need in one place.
At the bottom of each report we show you ways to improve your site.
These actions are the first place to start when trying to improve your website carbon emissions.