Ensuring continued compliance with greenhouse gas regulations
Corporate carbon compliance demands adherence to an array of regulations related to greenhouse gas emissions. Businesses are increasingly confronted with a variety of regulations concerning their emissions. Depending on the location and emissions profile, a company may be subject to participation in an emissions trading system (ETS) or a carbon tax, but may also benefit from public subsidies for emissions reduction measures. Is your company equipped to cost-effectively ensure carbon compliance? This includes:
- A climate strategy in line with regulations and your CSR mission statement
- Knowing your position, obligations and rights under the emissions trading system
- Access to carbon markets to procure and sell emission rights and reduction certificates
Our experts will assist you in analyzing regulatory requirements as well as all matters relating to cost-effective carbon compliance.
Strategic consulting on climate risks and mitigation actions
Businesses in various industries are now faced with regulatory risks and requirements for emissions reduction. A sound climate strategy will help you reduce your carbon footprint, save on energy and carbon costs and improve the sustainability of your products. Rely on us for long-standing experience in the development and implementation of climate strategies.
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Participation in emissions trading systems
Managing obligations under the emissions trading system is a challenge for many European businesses. Emissions trading is not a core competency of most businesses. First Climate can support you in this area; from the analysis of your baseline to the delivery of the required emission allowances.
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Carbon trading desk
First Climate is your established and reliable trading partner for transactions in all major emission allowances and reduction certificates (EUA, CER, CHU, etc.).
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