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At ICIS our analysts blend carbon market expertise with behavior-driven analysis of the RGGI market to help you make better informed trading decisions, reducing your risk from unexpected market moves.

Why we are different

We analyze why the markets move, what drives that movement and what to expect in the future. It's why we're the go-to source for RGGI.

We go above and beyond with our service; we take time to closely examine why trends develop, why they are important and then pass this insight on to you.

We're in close contact with RGGI carbon market participants and regulators in all the major carbon markets around the world. When combined with our pioneering behavior-driven Timing Impact Model, which has been adapted for the RGGI market, we're able to spot trends in the RGGI market that others can't.

What the ICIS Carbon RGGI Insight offers you

  • Pre and post auction reports which analyze participant behavior to help you understand likely repercussions for the market
  • Authoritative predictions of price direction to help you plan your bidding strategy at auction
  • Analyst updates explaining how policy developments and other news will affect the RGGI carbon market
  • A dedicated team of analysts available by phone or Yahoo Messenger to answer your questions
  • Exclusive news stories you won’t find anywhere else

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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.

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US EPA's Clean Power Plan: how RGGi fits in

The Clean Power Plan (CPP), part of President Obama’s Climate Action Plan, is aimed at reducing carbon emissions from power plants. In addition to the proposed rule introduced by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for new power plants in September 2013, the EPA announced on 2 June 2014 that they will regulate emissions from existing Electric Generating Units (EGUs). Under the authority of 111(d) of the Clean Air Act, the plan seeks to cut national power sector emissions to 30% below 2005 levels by 2030. Click the link below to download the full article.

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