London, Dec 2013 – As part of the series of free market information ICIS provides, we will be hosting a webinar on 9 January at 11am PST to explain why CCAs should not trade at the price floor.
Jan Frommeyer, Director Market Analysis at ICIS and experienced carbon market analyst , will explain his view on price formation in emissions trading schemes. The webinar will walk you through why behaviour is key to understanding price developments and why just using the fundamental balance comes up short.
Our ICIS analysis team will teach you what you need to know to gain an edge and help you understand why California Carbon Allowances should continue to trade above the price floor.
To register for this free webinar, please follow the registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7173482495574457857
The webinar will help participants to:
After the presentation there will be a Q&A session where you will have the chance to pose questions directly to our analysts. If you can’t make the live webinar, you can still register and receive a link to a recording of the webinar. All participants will also receive the presentation slides.
About the speakers
Jan Frommeyer is Director Market Analysis at ICIS, a global price, news and analytics provider in the Reed Elsevier Group. He manages the data collection, analysis and price modelling of carbon markets with a focus on Europe, Australia and California. Jan joined ICIS following the acquisition of Tschach Solutions in June 2013, which he co-founded and managed together with Ingo Tschach since its inception in May 2010.
Jonathan C. Ornelas is the new Director of U.S. Emissions markets for ICIS, a news and analytics provider part of the Reed Elsevier Group. Before joining ICIS, Jonathan had over 8 years of experience in the U.S. energy industry working for Sempra Energy and Noble Americas Energy Solutions. He brings experience from both the power and gas markets and focused on operations and analytics ranging from load and price forecasting, portfolio optimization, to regulatory affairs.
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About Tschach Solutions
ICIS acquired German carbon market analysis firm Tschach Solutions in July 2013 to benefit from its wide expertise and superior market intelligence in the carbon market.
Founded in 2010 and based in Karlsruhe, Germany, Tschach has a strong industry reputation in carbon market analysis. Tschach’s core offering is its extensive, high-quality data and estimates on all relevant areas of emissions trading, power markets and international offset markets.
Standing out from its competitors, Tschach uses a unique Timing Impact Model for its forecasting and analysis which shows the impact of behavioural patterns of market participants on carbon prices. In the near future, Tschach will be launching similar products for the Californian, Chinese and Australian carbon markets.
Reed Business Information brings market leading brands to an audience of millions of decision makers worldwide through its multi-platform media of data services, online lead generation services, community websites, magazines and events. Reed Business Information is part of Reed Elsevier, a world leading provider of professional information solutions in the Science, Medical, Legal and Risk and Business sectors.