At ICIS we’re focused on providing independent, robust and insightful analysis of the EU ETS. Our clients trust us to explain the market impact of policy news and trading updates, help them understand market participant behaviour and predict how EUA prices will evolve.show more
For example, our EU ETS experts use time saving, executable analyst updates to explain the impact of policy news and trading updates. We also use the inputs from our Timing Impact Model (TIM), such as behavioural data, traded positions (behaviour-driven market balances) and other rich datasets, to provide deeper insight. When you need urgent answers or another perspective, we give you a 1 to 1 service by email, phone or Messenger.
The EU ETS Portal provides our complete suite of tools designed to help traders, analysts and risk managers interpret the impact of policy and regulatory developments whilst also identifying risks and opportunities in the market. These tools include behaviour-driven analysis, price forecasts and the inputs and outputs from the Timing Impact Model (TIM), which are the perfect starting point for your own analysis.Find out more on the EU ETS Portal »
The EU ETS Insight provides the highlights of the ICIS EU behaviour-driven analysis. Therefore, it’s ideal for stakeholders who need to keep in touch with key developments in the EU ETS and want to understand the market impact of those developments but require neither detailed datasets nor deeper insight.
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.