Free RGGI seminar in New York City

Event date: 13 August 2015

Event time: 10am to 2:30pm

Event venue: RBI Office, 230 Park Ave. New York City

ICIS is pleased to offer the first RGGI Seminar in New York City on Thursday 13 August 2015.

Curious about RGGI's upcoming auction? Wondering where the market is headed next? Join our team for an in-depth dive into RGGI and the crucial factors that could shape the program's future in the short term, through 2020 and beyond.

ICIS analysts, along with market experts, will outline and discuss significant developments and market details during a half-day seminar in New York City on Thursday, August 13th. Sign up now to get a comprehensive look at the current market and what we  expect from the final two auctions of the year. This is a free event.

Join ICIS market experts Jackie Cooley, Dan McGraw and Judith Schroeter as they discuss the carbon markets.

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Meet  the ICIS team at the RGGI Seminar


Jackie Cooley, Analyst, U.S. Emissions 

Jackie Cooley is an Analyst for ICIS covering U.S. Emissions. She can be reached at jackie.cooley@icis.com.


Dan McGraw, Market Reporter

Dan McGraw is a Market Reporter for ICIS covering the U.S. Carbon Market. He can be reached at dan.mcgraw@icis.com.


Judtih Schroeter, Lead Analyst U.S. Carbon & Offset Markets

Judtih Schroeter Lead Analyst for the U.S. carbon & offset markets. She can be reached at judith.schroeter@icis.com.

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