GHGSat has been selected as one of the “Top 10” in the Production category for the international GreenTec Awards.
GHGSat will be launching its first greenhouse gas monitoring satellite (named “CLAIRE”) in April 2016. The satellite will measure carbon dioxide and methane emissions from individual industrial facilities, anywhere in the world.
GreenTec Awards have been hosted in Germany since 2008. Germany is the world’s #1 exporter of clean technology, and these awards are an example of the country’s commitment to environmental issues. The GreenTec Awards Jury is supported by leading European experts (including the heads of the European Space Agency and the German space agency – DLR), as well as popular artists and public figures.
See GHGSat under the “Production” category at the following link: http://www.greentec-awards.com/en/competition/online-voting-2016.html
The selection of winners involves PUBLIC VOTING. GHGSat is asking for everyone’s help starting on December 8th to vote for CLAIRE! Check here again in a few days for voting details, or follow @ghgsat on Twitter!