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ICIS is the only dedicated and global carbon market intelligence provider that can leverage behavioural modelling to formulate actionable and accurate insights from over 2 million data points and over 6 million emission allowance transactions in the EU ETS alone.
Our analysis covers all major carbon markets worldwide: EU ETS, Western Climate Initiative (California, Quebec, Ontario), RGGI and China’s pilots and National ETS.Find out more about our carbon market analytics solutions
The carbon market analytics solutions can be customised and tailored depending on your needs and regions. We cover the EU ETS, Western Climate Initiative (California, Quebec, Ontario), RGGI and China’s pilots and National ETS. Please contact our team to find out more about the options you have or to set up a trial for one of our products.
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With our solutions, which you can customise in 81 different scenarios, you are better equipped to recognise patterns, predict trends and take action quickly and confidently.
Our forecasts are fuelled by a variety of data, including power generation figures and hedging quotas, which makes us the most reliable source for carbon price forecasting globally.
Our solutions allow instant interpretation and action. Our solutions allow instant interpretation and action. Where some providers cut down on the quality of insights and technology investments to cut costs, ICIS makes speed and accuracy a priority.
The ICIS TIM (Timing Impact Model) is a unique modelling technique which captures utility hedging rates and banking behaviour of industrials. It forecasts the true market balance enabling you to better understand the risk exposure of your trades and trade ahead of the curve.
Analysts can leverage the instant insights provided by our 22 dedicated Global Carbon experts who capture bottom-up market information in 81 customisable scenarios, from over 16,000 installations in the EU ETS alone.
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Our trader customers say they can make decisions within seconds based just on the timely headlines and market impact ICIS provides.
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Market update: China launches national emissions trading scheme (ETS)
The long-awaited world’s largest emissions trading scheme (ETS), the Chinese national ETS, was launched on Tuesday 19 December.
In this white paper, ICIS looks at the impact this scheme may have on the Chinese carbon market.Download the White paper
White paper: Post-2020 reform - status quo or seismic shift?
The Post-2020 reform sets the framework of the EU carbon market from 2021-2030. It contains several important provisions that are likely to have an impact on the market as early as 2018.
In this white paper, ICIS breaks down the impact this reform is likely to create on the EU market and how the EU carbon market is likely to develop over the next 10 years.Download the White paper
ICIS Carbon Markets Almanac 2017
The ICIS Carbon Markets Almanac provides a top-level view of global efforts to combat climate change with cap-and-trade systems. For each of the different schemes worldwide it highlights key design characteristics and includes spotlight articles discussing specific system features.Download the 2017 Carbon Markets Almanac
The EU ETS Post-2020 reform and its impacts untangled
Join ICIS senior carbon analysts Marcus Ferdinand and Stefan Feuchtinger on Monday 11th December at 2pm GMT for a webinar discussing the recent EU ETS Post-2020 reform. In the webinar they will discuss how the agreed reform will change the fundamental structure of the carbon market and explain why carbon prices will gain importance for the wider energy complex.
Key highlights include:-
Welcome to the WCI: Why Ontario's inclusion may change the California-Quebec outlook
Join Jackie Cooley and Dan McGraw on December 14th at 10:00 PT as they discuss how Ontario’s entrance can have tangible impacts on California-Quebec counterparties and how the existing program will impact Ontario entities joining for the first time.