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The ICIS carbon portal is an online tool that delivers analysis, market insight and rich datasets. The portal is designed to help traders and analysts make better-informed business decisions.

The portal is an essential tool for carbon traders and analysts who need fast access to the latest information happening in their respective markets.

We understand that it is important to stay up-to-date with the latest information for certain markets which is why we offer four different portals. Find out more about the:

How the carbon portal helps you

  • Concise understanding of how carbon prices will move in the short, mid and long-term
  • Deep insights into the different drivers of the carbon market based on detailed datasets
  • Short-term price indicator and mid and long-term carbon price forecast (including scenario tool)
  • See how your competitors and other market participants act in the market in our unique behaviour database

What's included in the carbon portal

  • Short-term price indicator and mid and long-term price forecast (including scenario tool)
  • A breakdown of the market balance and carbon market data
  • Installation and compliance company behavioural database
  • Complete insight package advantages including intra-day analyst updates, access to in-depth research reports and webinars and invites to the ICIS annual carbon seminars
  • Plus access via email, phone and messenger to our analysts

Why Choose ICIS?

We keep you one step ahead of the competition
With our solutions, you are better equipped to recognise patterns, predict trends and take action quickly and confidently. We keep you one step ahead of the competition by anticipating their behaviour – which means you will know how they are likely to act in the market.

We save you time, money and manual work
Our short-, mid- and long-term price forecasts and ‘info boxes’ on the most relevant topics compress hundreds of sources and policy pages into a scalable, consistent and intuitive structure. Our extended network of market participants, on the trading as well as on the political side, secure the accuracy of our insights.

Why Choose ICIS

We invest in getting it right
Prices are influenced every second and 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. Our solutions highlight risks and foresee negative developments that could impact your business.

We do not rely on fundamentals, we innovate them
The ICIS TIM (Timing Impact Model) is the first of its kind. By capturing utility hedging rates and the banking behaviour of industrials, our unique modelling forecasts the true market balance (or ‘traded balance’), enabling you to trade ahead of the curve and better understand the risk exposure of your trades.

ICIS Attributes

  • RELEVANT

    RELEVANT
    Anticipate trends before they happen

  • TRUSTED

    TRUSTED
    Make decisions with confidence

  • INNOVATIVE

    INNOVATIVE
    Make inspired choices

  • FAST

    FAST
    Be ahead of the curve

  • DEDICATED

    DEDICATED
    Stay connected

Featured Resource

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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

Free Resources

EU ETS White Paper: Brexit risks for the European carbon market

EU ETS White Paper: Brexit risks for the European carbon market

This White Paper, provides a scenario-based assessment analysing the impact of Britain’s exit on the EU ETS market balance and as well as our mid-term outlook for EU Allowance (EUA) prices. We found that the most bearish EUA price risk is associated with a scenario where the lead time between the announcement of Brexit and the actual end of compliance obligations for UK installations is reduced to a minimum, and when Brexit takes place before the end of phase three in 2020.

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