Aether will develop a greenhouse gas (GHG) infographic for Jersey's Department of the Environment.

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Madrid office launched

21 January 2015

Aether, the air emissions specialist consultancy, has opened a new office in Madrid. This represents Aether’s first permanent base outside the UK, supporting their growing international business.

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Aether ran a workshop during the Sustainable Scotland Network (SSN) annual conference on compiling and using SEAPs and heat maps. The workshop was attended by members of Scotland’s public bodies and was run to build capacity for planning and monitoring energy and low carbon actions.

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Aether has been awarded a contract to support Aberdeen City Council in preparing their Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP) to meet their Covenant of Mayors obligations.

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Aether is a growing consultancy specialising in air quality and greenhouse gas emission inventories, local air quality management and air quality assessments. We are looking for a graduate to fill a dispersion modelling position, complemented by air emissions project work. The position is located in the centre of Oxford.

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Aether are undertaking dispersion modelling to assess the impact of a large development in the London Borough of Bexley.

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Developments in the understanding of emission sources can mean that substantial revisions are made to national emission estimates. This can result in countries exceeding emission ceilings simply because they are better able to make emission estimates.

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Melanie recently returned from Barbados where she presented the 2010 greenhouse gas inventory, which Aether compiled. The workshop is the last in the series of those undertaken for the Second National Communications project for the Ministry of Environment and Drainage.

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The UK’s greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory consists of the national GHG emissions presented in the UNFCCC’s Common Reporting Format (CRF), and the National Inventory Report (NIR). The NIR follows a UNFCCC-required structure and details the methods used to calculate the UK’s GHG emissions.

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Aether were commissioned to undertake an air quality assessment for a proposed energy centre at a large development in Edgware, London. The scheme consists of a single Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant and 3 gas fired boilers.

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Aether have been commissioned by Ireland’s Environmental Protection Agency to provide a comprehensive review of their national air quality and greenhouse gas projections.

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Defra has commissioned Aether to review the nitrogen and carbon flows that contribute to key emission estimates for the agriculture sector of the UK National Atmospheric Emissions Inventory.

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