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ClearBlue's Nicolas Girod Sharing Ontario Cap & Trade Expertise at Carbon Forward 2017

ClearBlue's Nicolas Girod brought the Ontario perspective to the Carbon Forward 2017 conference which focuses on the EU Emissions Trading System (EU-ETS) and carbon markets around the world. The 2nd annual Carbon Forward held in London, addressed the key issues that are currently impacting businesses in the EU- ETS and how industry is dealing with carbon pricing. The topics discussed included: Brexit and the EU ETS, EU ETS Phase IV and EU carbon price forecasts. Coming off the announcement of market linkage of the California, Quebec and Ontario Cap & Trade programs several days earlier, Girod shared ClearBlue's thoughts and insight on Ontario's carbon market including opportunities for indus

ClearBlue Provides Carbon Market Insight at IETA's Carbon Forum North America 2017

During New York's Climate Week, where global leaders gather to discuss key climate issues and reinforce their commitments to climate action, IETA (International Emissions Trading Association) held its annual Carbon Forum North America 2017 (CFNA2017) conference. IETA's CFNA2017 provides a platform to discuss and exchange business-driven climate solutions and focuses on carbon policy, pricing and finance among the high level climate change discussion taking place throughout the week. The conference attracts government officials, businesses and NGOs worldwide to understand and develop business opportunities for climate action in North America. ClearBlue's Nicolas Girod, provided market insight

ClearBlue Predicts Market will be Short during its First Compliance Period

Ontario inks cap-and-trade link deal with California and Quebec Ontario on Friday signed an agreement with Quebec and California to link their cap-and-trade schemes under the WCI programme starting in Jan. 2018. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, and California Governor Jerry Brown gathered in Quebec City, along with Ontario and Quebec’s environment ministers, to sign the 21-page, three-way agreement, which has long been on the cards. Click for full article

ClearBlue's Supply & Demand Report Featured in Carbon Pulse

Ontario’s carbon market will be more oversupplied than expected in its first year due to mild weather and lower natural gas demand and industrial production, according to analysts, though the scheme’s first compliance period is seen being shorter than previously thought. Read full article here

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