SHORT TERM EMISSION REGISTER LOWER AUSTRIA
Oct 03 2014
Author: G.Schoerner; S.Draxler, G.Fister, W.Hann, R.Schoenstein, on behalf of CEM
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AEEG is the leading Austrian consulting firm in the field of environmental emission registers resp. inventories. Starting in 1975 with the first SO2 - emission register of the City of Vienna the company worked out many of Austrian and Central-European emission balances and inventories (in general, but also for Kyoto-, NEC- and ozone evaluation purposes, etc.).
Short term emission registers (based e.g. on a 1-hourly-emission rate) are very rare in European countries; the first one was established in Baden-Wuerttemberg (Germany) in 1985. In Austria, such a project has never been realised before the mentioned emission register in Lower Austria.
During the course of the EU - INTERREG IIC CADSES project "Steps and Strategies for the Improvement of the Environment by Means of Transnational Co-operation and Network Formation" the first project of its kind has been realised. In accordance with the working programme, a short-term-emission-inventory and energy balance was drawn up essentially comparing energy consumption and emissions (including traffic, household andindustrial emissions) in a delimited region south of Vienna.
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