Simionescu, Aurelian; Vasile, Ioan-Viorel
September 2010
Review of Management & Economic Engineering;2010, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p147
Academic Journal
Approaches to determining the quantities of emissions are essential for a complex energy management for both grant and allowances, in order to pursue employment in these shares. The article wants to bring attention the TIER methods of determining emission quantities. And that, as in complexes energy - the biggest polluters in terms of greenhouse gas emissions - are not known in detail or TIER methods do not apply. Through this article we don't intend to be exhaustive on TIER methods, but we wanted to open a perspective to share knowledge, research and training of personnel involved in determining the quantities of emissions.


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