We offer a customised service for clients subject to the EU ETS and other emission trading systems to meet their emissions compliance requirements. Our carbon traders follow closely developments in the markets as well as changes in legislation and regulations to facilitate the most efficient management of the client’s carbon portfolio.

Carbonica is a partner of a strong network of analysts, brokers and market service providers, with a direct access to all global carbon markets. Our service is comprehensive integrating a full strategic consulting and trading service in both the voluntary and compliance markets.

Carbonica will:

  1. Buy and sell your emissions allowances
  2. Offer direct access to the key compliance and voluntary carbon markets
  3. Plan an strategic solution for your trading and hedging requirements and manage your carbon assets efficiently
  4. Advice on your compliance requirements under the trading system
  5. Plan a long-term portfolio and carbon asset management strategy


General enquiries:  carbondesk@carbonica.org

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Voluntary market clients:  Alex Grosvenor   alex@carbonica.org

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German Chancellor's call for reform of ETS is relevant and timely

The Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) has demonstrated to be inherently flawed and over the years has not delivered the desired results to create a framework to reduce emissions in real terms. The surplus of CO2 certificates and low prices mean the motivation to implement emission reduction strategies is no longer there for the largest emitters, and in some cases utilities have increased their emissions even though their operations have been reduced as a cause of the economic downturn.

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