ETSverification is now offering CORSIA Pre-Audits:

As of June 1st we are offering a CORSIA Pre-Audit of data and processes for the 2019 CORSIA emission report.
A pre-audit (or 'CORSIA compliance gap analysis') is a review of the airline's accumulated data and data collection process.
The objective is to identify any weakness or non-compliance areas prior to the reporting deadline, thus enabling correction in a timely manner.

EFFORT & COST
The onsite workshop with the pre-audit will take on average 1,5 days (or could be longe if additional training is required).

TIMING
Any date from now for the Pre-Audite of the airline's 2019 CORSIA compliance date from now on makes sense.
The earlier we detect incorrect data or missing values the easier it is to correct and the less data you have to reprocess.

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ETSverification GmbH accepted for CORSIA Accreditation:

We are proud to announce that ETSverification GmbH will be Germany’s first accredited verification body solely for EU-ETS and CORSIA.
As of today, April 18 ETSverification has been accepted in the CORSIA Accreditation process by DAkkS (Germany's National Accreditation Body).

Under CORSIA, aircraft operators with total annual CO2 emissions above 10,000 tons are required to monitor emissions from 2019 onwards and report them to the relevant administering authority.
Prior to submission of the emission reports, aircraft operators must assure that the data is audited by an independent verifier that has been accredited under the scheme.


For more questions on our verification service - reach out to us anytime

ETSverification GmbH accepted for CORSIA Accreditation:

We are proud to announce that ETSverification GmbH will be Germany’s first accredited verification body solely for EU-ETS and CORSIA.
As of today, April 18 ETSverification has been accepted in the CORSIA Accreditation process by DAkkS (Germany's National Accreditation Body).

Under CORSIA, aircraft operators with total annual CO2 emissions above 10,000 tons are required to monitor emissions from 2019 onwards and report them to the relevant administering authority.
Prior to submission of the emission reports, aircraft operators must assure that the data is audited by an independent verifier that has been accredited under the scheme.


For more questions on our verification service - reach out to us anytime

DEHSt ready for CORSIA EMP:

The DEHSt, Germany's competent authority, has just adapted itself to accoomodate data for the CORSIA Emissions Monitoring Plan (EMP). Starting 01 January 2019, all aeroplane operators will be required to monitor CO2 emissions from international flights.

As of today, a new electronic form to be used for creating an EMP is now available. The CORSIA data is to be entered through part 2 of the supplementary form under section C.

 

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Mandatory Account Confirmations: 

All aircraft operators must confirm their Account Data in the Union Register. The way to confirm official statements to each register authority is different in EU countries. Germany transmits the data by means of the virtual Post Office VPS where plant operators have to send their confirmation.

The confirmation has to take place always between 1st October and end of December and has to be sent until 31st December.

In any case it has to be confirmed that all statements/data of the register account are complete, updated, correct and exact.

Click here for instructions from the DEHSt under section C.

 

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