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The EU ETS is an environmental market on an unprecedented scale, in the middle of a period of considerable uncertainty: from the EU emission reduction target and the impact of new sectors joining the scheme to the auctioning calendar and eligibility of international credits.
In this context, Bloomberg New Energy Finance clears away the fog and explains what companies need to know to best exploit this carbon market and comply with their obligations in the most cost-effective way.
- Access expertise means our analysts are available to answer questions and give their informed opinions and further detail on topics important to our clients.
- Our experts – together with our market data, news and analytical tools – give clients an unparalleled view across the sector.
- We select the news you need to read; we assemble the datasets that drive your decisions; we build the models for you to forecast your next move. You get to focus on your business.
- Our research notes, analyst reactions and market outlooks enable investors to identify and validate opportunities for growth.
- Market participants take advantage of our emissions and carbon price forecasts and regular market commentary to devise lucrative trading and compliance strategies.
- With policy uncertainty at both EU and international level, we say what the climate policy proposals behind the hype will mean for the carbon market and our clients – essential information for policy-makers and companies in the market.
- Utilities use our analysis on carbon prices to make successful future power station investment decisions, while intermediaries profit from our evaluation of which sectors and companies will be short or long of allowances to decide to whom to target their trading services.