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The adoption of standardised baseline gives a new dimension to benchmark tool

The principle of a standardised baseline was adopted during the last CDM Executive Board Meeting. This rule makes it easier for project developers to prove the additionality of projects, by simplifying   the research of emission factors. Developers will now be able to … Continue reading

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How many credits by 2020?

Different scenarios can be considered to assess the volume of credits that will be circulating on the market for the coming years. The cap will depend, among others, on the emission reduction objective of the European Union, the set aside, and … Continue reading

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eCO2market is hiring!

eCO2market is excited to announce several job openings at our Paris, France headquarters. If working for a growing company in an exciting sector in a world-class city’s center sounds interesting to you, click here to apply today! Our current openings include: … Continue reading

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eCO2market around the world: Carbon Forum Asia 2011

Last week Alexis and Natalia traveled to Singapore to represent eCO2market at the Carbon Forum Asia. As I noted in our last entry, Internet based companies like us often have a difficult time getting “face time” with constituents, so having … Continue reading

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eCO2market around the world: Carbon Show London 2011

The reality of running an Internet based business is such that we don’t get a lot of face time with our constituents. But, in 2011 that has changed as we put our faces to our name and visit trade shows … Continue reading

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China is still in the CDM game

Last week issuance dramatically outline Chinese weight in the CDM. With 11 of the 21 issuing projects, Chinese projects received 4.6 millions credits (out of 5.05 million). These figures are in line with a more general trend, namely the Chinese … Continue reading

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The mirage of future demand

It is well accepted that EUA prices are nothing less than the actual price of a forward long-term contingency representing the future deficit on the EU ETS. Dealing with a contingency in an incomplete market heavily driven by regulatory policies, … Continue reading

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