Our earth’s atmosphere acts like a glasshouse/greenhouse. The infrared radiation (heat) from sun and earth’s surface gets trapped in the atmosphere and warms it up due to the presence of heat trapping gases in it called greenhouse gases (GHGs). Higher the concentration of GHGs, warmer will be the atmosphere.
Not all atmospheric gases are greenhouse gases. Six major GHGs have been identified on the bases of their warming effect (radiative forcing) or global warming potential (GWP) which are known as carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs) and sulphur hexafluoride (SF6). For example, CO2 has a GWP of 1 compared to 14800 of HFCs.
Increasing concentrations of GHGs in the atmosphere and its impacts on the planet earth is a very serious concern for international community of scientist that has now been recognized at state level. To reduce atmospheric GHG, 153 states entered into a legal international contract in 2015 to report the GHG emission on state level for balancing of CO2 equivalence and paying economic tariff to reduce GHG emissions for fighting against climate change. For this purpose, an accurate measurement of GHG emissions is becoming the first and the foremost aspect that requires attention.
Envirolead’s mission is to be the leader in accurate monitoring and measurement of GHGs assessing GHG emissions with accuracy and model GHG emissions. Our objective is to develop model of real-time scenarios through accurate measurements, monitoring of GHG emissions with the help of advanced technologies. The goal is to reduce GHG emissions by facilitating various sectors include, Oil &Gas sector, Energy sector, Transport sector Agriculture sector, Industrial sector and other medium to large companies in gathering of GHG emissions information and enable industries to respond to and ultimately reduce emissions of GHGs.