What is GHG Accounting?

Greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting is the process of quantifying the emissions of greenhouse gases from various sources and activities. The goal of GHG accounting is to identify sources of emissions, measure their magnitude, and monitor…

Where do I start?

Where do I start? Once a decision is made to embark on your sustainability journey, the first step is to understand your carbon footprint by way of measuring your greenhouse gas emissions – known as GHG Accounting, and to set a reporting period and base year. Below outlines a few of the steps required: Identify […]

ZenithJet Announces New Sustainability Services Clients

ZenithJet Announces New Sustainability Services Clients September 27, 2022 ZenithJet, a leading aviation consulting firm, today announced its first sustainability clients. These companies represent a comprehensive cross-section of the business aviation industry, spanning brokerage, manufacturing and aircraft management/charter operations. New clients include: Jetcraft, a network of global aircraft brokers and advisors, offering unmatched international reach […]

What is EU Emissions Trading System – EU ETS?

The European Union Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) is the first and largest emission trading system to date, for reducing GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions. The EU ETS cover more than 11,000 power stations and industrial plants in 31 countries, and flights between airports of participating countries. It is structured as a ‘cap-and-trade’ system that allows trading of emission allowances so that the total emissions of the installations and aircraft operators stays within the cap and the least-cost measures can be taken up to reduce emissions.

What is Swiss Emissions Trading Scheme – Swiss ETS?

Swiss ETS is a cap-and-trade system designed largely in accordance with the same principles and rules governing its bigger brother the EU Emissions Trading System. It regulates a total of 56 CO2-intensive companies from the cement, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, refineries, steel, paper, district heating and other sectors. The newest addition to Swiss ETS are carbon emissions from certain aircraft movements.

What is UK Emissions Trading System – UK ETS?

The UK Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) is a cap-and-trade system run by the government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It replaces the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) from 1 January 2021 onward and regulates emissions from UK power stations, industrial plants, and aviation. UK ETS was created to fill the void EU ETS left following the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. In terms of design and how the system works, UK ETS mostly resembles EU ETS.

What company resources are required?

What company resources are required to measure our footprint? ZenithJet’s turn-key solution ensures company resources required are minimal. On average, manpower required by our clients is less than 4 hours, used to supply data required to begin GHG measuring and developing your GHG inventory. The supplied data is typically in the form of receipts for […]

Is GHG Accounting Expensive?

Our GHG accounting and inventory services are a fraction of the cost when compared to the larger firms. With ZenithJet, you get big firm results with a boutique approach to service and cost.

Our team consists of environmental experts who employ industry recognized standards for GHG measurements such as the GHG protocol and ISO 14064 standards, ensuring you receive accurate, transparent, and auditable results.

The Importance of Pre-Buy Oversight in the Aircraft Acquisition Process

In the world of business aviation, the decision to acquire a business jet is one that demands utmost scrutiny. A critical aspect of this decision-making process is the often-underestimated “Pre-Buy Inspection.” This comprehensive oversight process is not just an optional step; it’s a best practice that can make all the difference in the world.

What is Corsia?

What is CORSIA – Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation Introduction CORSIA is an international regulation as it comprises all 192 member states of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). CORSIA was adopted during the 39th Assembly session in Autumn 2016. Its main purpose is to offset increases in CO2 emissions from international civil […]