Azzera has successfully undergone an independent audit of its Celeste platform by VerifAvia, an environmental validation and verification body that services a portfolio of over 330 airlines and more than 150 airports in over 110 countries.
The audit proved the accurate functionality of the Celeste platform and confirmed its alignment with the 2023 emissions compliance reporting period.
The Azzera Celeste platform automatically segregates flights into the correct carbon compliance market of CORSIA, EU ETS, UK ETS and CH ETS, saving aviation operators countless hours. Aircraft operators are informed about their emissions, which gives them a comprehensive understanding and helps identify reporting and monitoring obligations across diverse regulatory frameworks. In addition, Celeste highlights data gaps, such as missing flight legs, and any errors in fuel data, allowing the user to manage data gaps and seamlessly export data for direct reporting.
Puja Mahajan, CEO and founder of Azzera, says: "VerifAvia's audit was a critical step in affirming the robustness and reliability of Celeste. This verification not only reassures us of our platform's capabilities but also provides our clients with the confidence that their emissions management and reporting are being handled in accordance with all major ETS programmes."
Celeste also serves as a one-stop-shop for all emissions-related activities, connecting data and insights directly with a marketplace for SAF credits, ETS allowances, CORSIA credits and voluntary carbon credits.
"The certification audit of the Celeste platform is a testament to Azzera’s commitment to excellence and professionalism. The audit confirmed that Celeste adds value to its users by ensuring compliance with emissions regulations. Given the increasingly stringent legislative context, robust tools like Celeste are essential for improving the decision-making process through accurate reporting and high-quality throughput," says VerifAvia president Nicolas Duchene.