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November 2016

A questionnaire for feedback on “Study on Euro 5 sound level limits of L-category vehicles” has been created, in order to collect input with regard to various aspects of sound emitted from L-category vehicles. You can fill it in here

October 2016

EEA organized a training workshop on COPERT5 on the 17th -18th October 2016 at EEA’s premises in Copenhagen, Denmark. More information can be found here....

September 2016

The project entitled “Study on enhanced sound requirements for mopeds, quads and replacement silencers of L-category vehicles”, under the sponsorship of European Commission, was successfully completed. The final report can be found here

September 2016

The paper “Implications of diesel emissions control failures to emission factors and road transport NOx evolution”, co-authored by EMISIA researchers, has been published in Atmospheric Environment journal. More info can be found here

September 2016

EMISIA started a new “Study on Euro 5 sound level limits of L-category vehicles” under the sponsorship of European Commission. More info can be found here

June 2016

The papers “Impact assessment of vehicle technology, fuel, and ICT measures on CO2 emissions from road traffic to 2030”, “An investigation of evaporative VOC emissions from petrol light duty vehicles in Europe using different oxygenated fuels”, “Quality assurance of PEMS emissions data aimed for the development of real-world vehicle emission factors”, and “Calculating emissions from road transport on a street level with COPERT4 and COPERT street level, a case study”, co-authored by Emisia researchers, have been orally presented at the TAP 2016 Conference.

June 2016

The phase II of the EU/China COPERT Policy Dialogue Project was finalized in May 2016. The project objective of this phase II was to improve the quality and understanding of China’s national greenhouse emission inventories for road transportation by modelling emissions at the provincial level. More information on the project outputs can be found at http://www.eu-chinapdsf.org/EN/pdsf2activity.asp?ActivityId=557

May 2016

Workshop 2016

We are pleased to invite you to our third training workshop at the Ifsttar Lyon / Bron facilities, in Lyon France, Friday 27th of May 2016.

 

More information can be found on the workshop website.

April 2016

The project entitled “Preparation of the legal and technical background for a voluntary EU standard for low emitting combustion engine driven cars (EULES)”, under the sponsorship of European Commission, was successfully completed. The final report can be found here

February 2016

The abstracts "Impact assessment of vehicle technology, fuel, and ICT measures on CO2 emissions from road traffic to 2030", “An investigation of evaporative VOC emissions from petrol light duty vehicles in Europe using different oxygenated fuels”, “Quality assurance of PEMS emissions data aimed for the development of real-world vehicle emission factors” and "Calculating emissions from road transport on a street level with COPERT4 and COPERT street level, a case study" co-authored by Emisia researchers, have been accepted for oral presentation at the TAP 2016 Conference.

November, 2016

A questionnaire for feedback on “Study on Euro 5 sound level limits of L-category vehicles” has been created, in order to collect input with regard to various aspects of sound emitted from L-category vehicles. You can fill it in here

October, 2016

EEA organized a training workshop on COPERT5 on the 17th -18th October 2016 at EEA’s premises in Copenhagen, Denmark. More information can be found here....

September, 2016

The project entitled “Study on enhanced sound requirements for mopeds, quads and replacement silencers of L-category vehicles”, under the sponsorship of European Commission, was successfully completed. The final report can be found here

The paper “Implications of diesel emissions control failures to emission factors and road transport NOx evolution”, co-authored by EMISIA researchers, has been published in Atmospheric Environment journal. More info can be found here

EMISIA started a new “Study on Euro 5 sound level limits of L-category vehicles” under the sponsorship of European Commission. More info can be found here

June, 2016

The papers “Impact assessment of vehicle technology, fuel, and ICT measures on CO2 emissions from road traffic to 2030”, “An investigation of evaporative VOC emissions from petrol light duty vehicles in Europe using different oxygenated fuels”, “Quality assurance of PEMS emissions data aimed for the development of real-world vehicle emission factors”, and “Calculating emissions from road transport on a street level with COPERT4 and COPERT street level, a case study”, co-authored by Emisia researchers, have been orally presented at the TAP 2016 Conference.

The phase II of the EU/China COPERT Policy Dialogue Project was finalized in May 2016. The project objective of this phase II was to improve the quality and understanding of China’s national greenhouse emission inventories for road transportation by modelling emissions at the provincial level. More information on the project outputs can be found at http://www.eu-chinapdsf.org/EN/pdsf2activity.asp?ActivityId=557

May, 2016

Workshop 2016

We are pleased to invite you to our third training workshop at the Ifsttar Lyon / Bron facilities, in Lyon France, Friday 27th of May 2016.

 

More information can be found on the workshop website.

April, 2016

The project entitled “Preparation of the legal and technical background for a voluntary EU standard for low emitting combustion engine driven cars (EULES)”, under the sponsorship of European Commission, was successfully completed. The final report can be found here

February, 2016

The abstracts "Impact assessment of vehicle technology, fuel, and ICT measures on CO2 emissions from road traffic to 2030", “An investigation of evaporative VOC emissions from petrol light duty vehicles in Europe using different oxygenated fuels”, “Quality assurance of PEMS emissions data aimed for the development of real-world vehicle emission factors” and "Calculating emissions from road transport on a street level with COPERT4 and COPERT street level, a case study" co-authored by Emisia researchers, have been accepted for oral presentation at the TAP 2016 Conference.

EMISIA is looking for a software engineer.

 

Job description

The successful candidate will be responsible for the development of a database in an online environment designed to store vehicle emissions measurements.

 

Required Skills

Database development

Fluent in English

 

Desired Skills

Oracle, VB(.NET), C# or C++

 

Candidates should send a complete CV (http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/documents/curriculum-vitae/templates-instructions) to the following e-mail address charis.k@emisia.com, indicating a subject "Position 3, 2016".

The final workshop for the project “Exchanging experience between the EU and China on the use of the COPERT model for better National Climate Communications”, supported by the “EU-China Policy Dialogue Support Facility II”, was held in Beijing on the 3rd of February 2016. Dr. Giorgos Mellios gave a presentation on the COPERT model and its use for preparing China’s road transport emissions inventory.

January, 2016

Emisia has co-authored a non-technical guide “explaining road transport emissions”, recently published by the European Environment Agency. The report provides a summary of the current knowledge on vehicle emissions in Europe, it also explains how emissions are monitored and the common technologies used to limit them.

You can access the report at http://www.eea.europa.eu/publications/explaining-road-transport-emissions

December, 2015

COPERT data have been updated. More info can be found here…

COPERT Street Level released. Download it here…

October, 2015

The annual COPERT–SIBYL workshop was held in Brussels on the 21st and the 22nd of October. We would like to thank all of our attendees for their participation.

If you’re interested in finding out more about our workshop and the presented material, click here…

See you next year!

September, 2015

EMISIA started working on a new project on the Euro 5 effect study for L-category vehicles under the sponsorship of European Commission. More info can be found here…

EMISIA continues the cooperation with the Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department by undertaking the design of a new database and data analysis of vehicle measurement. More info can be found here…

EMISIA participates in the consortium that won the new research project “Green Your Move (GYM)” co-funded by LIFE, the EU financial instrument for the environment. More info can be found in the project’s website.

August, 2015

EMISIA started a new study on enhanced sound requirements for mopeds, quads and replacement silencers of L-category vehicles under the sponsorship of European Commission. More info can be found here…

July, 2015

COPERT 4 version 11.3 released. Download the latest version here…

SIBYL version 4 released. Download the latest version here…

June, 2015

EMISIA participated in the 1st TFTEI Annual Meeting in Brussels, Belgium, 25 June 2015, and presented the draft Guidance Document on Abatement Technologies (BAT) for Mobile Sources. More info can be found here…

April, 2015

Updated HDV and Buses emission calculation functions

Download link

EMISIA participated in the AECC RDE Technical Seminar, Brussels, Belgium, 29 April 2015.

February, 2015

COPERT 4 ver.11.2 released. Download the latest version here.

January, 2015

The project related to Best Available Techniques (BAT) to reduce emissions from mobile sources (in support of a Guidance Document to the Gothenburg Protocol of the LRTAP Convention) was successfully completed. The final report is available here

December, 2014

In Dec 2014 the new EULES project started. More info can be found here…

October, 2014

COPERT 4 version 11.1 available for download. See the new features here.

In the framework of the project related to Best Available Techniques (BAT) to reduce emissions from mobile sources, EMISIA presented draft Technical Report and Guidance Document (Gothenburg Protocol of the LRTAP Convention) in the 23rd EGTEI Annual Meeting in Brussels, Belgium.

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