Emissions Analytics wins AirQualityNews.com Innovation Award
Emissions Analytics’ innovative approach to real-world fuel economy assessment has been recognised in the inaugural National Air Quality Awards hosted by AirQualityNews.com.
Supported by the Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) and in partnership the British Lung Foundation, these first awards recognise the substantial effort that both individuals and organisations put into tackling air quality issues.
Winning the Innovation in Air Quality Technology Award, Emissions Analytics was cited as a deserving winner as it had produced a notable benefit in terms of a move to better air quality through its measurement and assessment of vehicle emissions. AirQualityNews.com editor in chief Steve Eminton and Shawcity’s Neil O’Regan presented the award to Emissions Analytics’ Stephen Hayton.
“Recognising that technology has an important part to play in improving air quality is vital going forward,” explained Nick Molden, CEO of Emissions Analytics. “We’re proud that our real-world research has been recognised as this validates our belief that robust, scientific data should underpin policies to improve air quality, as well as to improve vehicle engineering.”
Notes to Editors
Nick Molden CEO and founder of Emissions Analytics is available for interview and comment on the issues relating to real-world fuel economy data and vehicle emissions.
Emissions Analytics provides on-road vehicle emissions measurement and analysis. Its bespoke services include benchmark tests, product evaluation and real-world running costs. It measures with precision all regulated pollutants, including CO, CO2, NO, NO2, total hydrocarbons and particulate matter.
Operating since 2011, it has carried out PEMS tests on more than 1000 model variants of passenger car in addition to testing HGVs, tractors, taxis, vans and buses. It is the unrivalled expert in the field of on-road emissions monitoring.
Emissions Analytics’ pioneering role as supplier to What Car?’s break-through True MPG scheme, providing consumers with an easy and reliable way to assess real-world fuel economy.
As experts in vehicle emissions and fuel consumption, Emissions Analytics supports a range of commercial and publicly funded organisations. It is currently in partnership with Imperial College, London, studying urban emissions for transport planning and policy.
Emissions Analytics is willing to provide journalists with sample data for specific vehicles upon request.
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