“The Global Approach to Most Effectively Reducing Car Emissions” GlobalAutoIndustry.com Interview with Nick Molden, CEO of UK-based Emissions Analytics Ltd.
GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview, “The Global Approach to Most Effectively Reducing Car Emissions” https://globalautoindustry.com/the-global-approach-to-most-effectively-reducing-car-emissions/
features Nick Molden. Nick is Chief Executive Officer of UK-based Emissions Analytics Ltd - the leading independent global testing and data specialist for real-world emissions. Nick is also chairman of the European standardisation CEN Workshop 90 on collecting real driving emissions data. He is a specialist in data analytics, particularly in the automotive market.
In the 18-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Molden discusses these questions:
· How do approaches to solving urban air quality vary around the world, and why has Europe failed so badly?
· How can we reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the fastest and lowest risk way?
· What should be the most effective way to create and implement global emissions standards?
About Nick Molden, CEO, Emissions Analytics Ltd:
Nick founded Emissions Analytics in 2011 in order to understand real-world fuel economy and emissions from vehicles. The concept was to find a way to characterise vehicles in a relatively short test, and be able to conduct a large number of comparable tests. More recently this has been extended to evaluate in-cabin air quality. The resulting database is now a platform for analysing and modelling pollution performance, from which the EQUA Index was created, which is used and published in the UK, across Europe and the USA.
Nick is chairman of the European standardisation CEN Workshop 90 on collecting real driving emissions data. He is a specialist in data analytics, particularly in the automotive market, through his prior work at Oxford Indices Ltd, a data specialist, United Business plc and Haymarket Media Group. Nick is a graduate of the University of Oxford, with an MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
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