December 2017

Session 1 - The Road Ahead

Potential Effects of Autonomous Vehicles on Air Quality
Duncan Urquhart, AECOM

ClairCity Project: Putting Citizens and their Behaviour into Local Air Quality Management
Dr Enda Hayes, University of the West of England

Roadside Vehicle Emissions Monitoring Demonstrates Benefits of Euro 6 over its Predecessors for Diesel Vehicles
Dr Rebecca Rose, Ricardo Energy & Environment

Session 2 - The Revised National Air Quality Plan and Brexit

Implications of Brexit for Air Quality Legislation
William Upton, Barrister, 6 Pump Court and UK Environmental Law Association's Climate Change and Energy Working Party

The 2017 National Air Quality Plan and its Implications for LAQM
Dr Claire Holman, Chair of the Institute of Air Quality Management

UPUK's Perspective on the National Air Quality Plan, Implementation and Upcoming Strategy
Sarah Legge, Environmental Protection UK

Session 3 - Non-Road Emissions Sources

PEMS as a Tool for identifying real-world emission factors for specific non-road mobile machinery
Jon Andersson, Ricardo UK Technical Consulting

Diesel powered generators for short-term operating reserve and the balancing market: Guidance on the Regulation for NOx emissions
John Henderson, Environment Agency

Diesel powered generators for short-term operating reserve and the balancing market: NOx modelling and impact assessment guidance
Alun Robert-Jones, Environment Agency


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