• 'Single, reference carbon price' trades at $7.23

    21 June 2022
  • Single, reference price for voluntary carbon market launched

    16 June 2022

    Voluntary carbon market (VCM) experts have launched an exchange-traded contract for carbon credits using a single, standardised reference price for carbon emission removals.

  • Louis Redshaw launches firm focusing on Wild West of carbon offsetting

    20 July 2021

    Carbon market veteran Louis Redshaw has launched a company to provide carbon offsetting products that combine "transparency, commoditisation and two-way pricing"

  • EU carbon market update, 21 October

    21 October 2019

    Brexit remains the focus of attention in the EU Allowance (EUA) market this week and further volatility looks the most likely scenario, says Louis Redshaw*

  • EU carbon market update, 15 October

    15 October 2019

    This week’s Brexit negotiations could trigger large moves in EU Allowance (EUA) prices in either direction, says Louis Redshaw*.

  • EU carbon market update, 30 September

    30 September 2019

    Further weakness in EU Allowance prices could see them test technical support levels just below €25, as they did last week, says Louis Redshaw.

  • EU carbon market update, 16 September

    16 September 2019

    The technical picture for EU Allowances has turned bullish, but developments in the wider energy market could be critical this week, says Louis Redshaw*.

  • EU carbon market update, 3 September

    03 September 2019

    Predicting this week’s carbon market moves is almost impossible, says Louis Redshaw, as Brexit deliberations in the UK are likely to lead to further volatility.

  • EU Carbon Market Update, 19 August 2019

    19 August 2019

    Technical analysis suggests we will see further falls in the EUA price this week, says Louis Redshaw, although the market fundamentals should provide support.

  • EU Carbon Market Update, 12 August 2019

    13 August 2019

    If the current weakness in EU Allowance prices leads to significant improvements in the generation spreads, utilities will quickly push prices higher, says Louis Redshaw.