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The aim of this call was to advance measurement science and technology in the areas of Energy and Environment.
The second set of environment projects focused on metrological research to improve the quality of data for policy making and regulation, underpin other environmental research initiatives.
Visit the Environment impact page to see outcomes from the projects.
The second set of energy projects focussd on metrological research which supports steps towards a safe, secure, sustainable and affordable energy system while increasing the competitiveness of Europe's industries.
Visit the Energy impact page to see outcomes from the projects.
|Traceability for mercury measurements
|Paola Fisicaro (LNE)
|Metrology for high-impact greenhouse gases
|Sanjiv Mooneeram (NPL)
|Metrology for earth observation and climate
|Nigel Fox (NPL)
|Metrology for decommissioning nuclear facilities
|Jiri Šurán (CMI)
|Metrology for ammonia in ambient air
|Bernhard Niederhauser (METAS)
|Metrology for VOC indicators in air pollution and climate change
|Annarita Baldan (VSL)
|Metrology for radiological early warning networks in Europe
|Metrology for essential climate variables
|Andrea Merlone (INRIM)
|Traceability for atmospheric total column ozone
|Julian Gröbner (PMOD/WRC)
|Metrology to underpin future regulation of industrial emissions
|Garry Hensey (NPL)
Download a brochure of the EMRP Call 2013 joint research projects in: