The European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS), the cornerstone of the common climate policy, covers a total of 11,000 installations in 31 countries.

In order to meet its objectives in terms of reducing global greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, the sectors of activity covered by the EU ETS will have to reduce their emissions by 43% over the period 2021-2030 compared to 2005 levels.

For that reason, Greenergy has for years continued to support European industrial installations and public institutions in their CO2 compliance and annual reporting operations.

European CO2 compliance mechanisms

1 – Carbon compliance

Greenergy supports you in your transactions to buy, sell and trade your carbon allowances and credits by offering you transparent and competitive conditions of access to the CO2 regulatory markets.

Greenergy strives to transfer the necessary allowances to your national or European registry as quickly as possible and thus ensure your compliance deadlines.

2 - Risk management and steering strategy

The recent sharp increase in the price of CO2 allowances on the European market is a new deal for all market players, whether they are in surplus or, above all, in deficit over the next period.

To face these new financial budgetary and strategic challenges, Greenergy provides you with the necessary tools to better understand the evolution of regulations and price mechanisms.

Greenergy offers you the customised solutions you need to hedge your carbon exposure so that it is managed rationally and efficiently while protecting you against all kind of speculation.

3 - Portfolio management and optimisation

Greenergy offers solutions for optimal management of your CO2 portfolio to create value while remaining protected against market risks. Greenergy remains a reliable partner in the management of the carbon exposure by the management and decision-makers of each organisation.