Practical case for Hungary

The number of the Hungarian emission factors per category is shown in the table below. The main sources of the National database were the National Inventory Report and existing databases like Gabi, DEFRA, ELCD, EPA, COPERT, Ecoinvent, studies of associations of different inputs (e.g. steel), several other studies, scientific articles, e.g.  

 

Hungarian EF.PNG

Hungarian EF
 

The main sources of the National database were:

  • the National Inventory Report,
  • Gabi,
  • DEFRA,
  • ELCD,
  • EPA,
  • COPERT,
  • Ecoinvent,
  • studies of associations of different inputs (e.g. steel),
  • several other studies, scientific articles, e.g.

The calculation methods and metadata are listed in EF Database Hungarian Report pdf file.

The National Emission Factor Database was harmonised at project level.

For the Hermann Otto Institute (HOI), the database was the biggest challenge of the project. Even with a clear methodology, finding data by location requires a lot of time. The HOI objective is to improve the database and feed it regularly after the project, despite a lack of financing.

 

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If you are a policy maker, you can also be interested in explanation about the way to build your own database, here.

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