Let us help you get your ETS compliance right
EU and UK policy makers look set to impose carbon border tariffs and increase the sector scope of their ETS regimes. Importers of goods with embedded carbon costs, and companies from all sectors required to be compliant with an ETS, need to factor carbon prices into their budgets and investment plans. Redshaw Advisors offers expert, independent opinion on how to get this right.
The EU and UK ETS compliance systems are complex and evolving. Most companies within it lack sufficient resources to justify dedicated carbon specialists. Redshaw Advisors’ Carbon Support Programme (CSP) was established to address this challenge. Our team provides cutting edge analysis, market expertise and insight.
Our customers are provided with a tailored risk management package that enables them to understand, manage and get ahead of their EU or UK ETS risks. From what future free allocation may look like, to factoring in import certificates under the expected Cross Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), to navigating price movements, the CSP equips companies with the tools and knowledge they need to efficiently manage their carbon risks and thus focus on what they do best.
Key to the carbon risk puzzle is understanding price developments and forecasts. Redshaw Advisors can help. Our CSP customers have the advantage of our comprehensive coverage of the market which we summarise into daily, weekly and monthly reports.
Our quarterly reports incorporate assessment of future free allocation, thorough market analysis along with a complete explanation of what is influencing risk and, crucially, how it can be mitigated.
Throughout their carbon market journey, every client has access to a dedicated advisor who is there to help at every step of the way.
The Carbon Support Program includes:
♦ ¹ A tailored quarterly EU ETS Financial Risk Audit that includes; cost analysis by company and installation, analysis of long term free allocation, EU ETS policy developments and market insights, hedge strategy cost/benefit analysis ♦ ² Access to the RAL team for answers to any EU ETS query (3).