Redshaw Advisors announced as official partner of Carbon Forward 2017 Conference

Redshaw Advisors are pleased to announce that we will once again be the official conference partner for the annual Carbon Forward conference to be held in London on 26th-28th September 2017. The conference will give carbon market participants from all over the world a greater understanding of the risks and opportunities they face in ever-changing carbon regulation, taxation and trading.

 

The feedback from last year’s event was overwhelmingly positive and building on this the Carbon Forward team are planning to make this year’s event even more successful.

Brexit, the ‘Trump factor’, an ambitious Phase IV reform package, China’s national ETS and the development of a global offsetting system for the aviation industry mean carbon risk is higher than ever. To successfully manage that risk companies need a thorough understanding of how carbon markets and regulation across the globe affect them and their competitors. The Carbon Forward 2017 programme is designed to meet that requirement.

 

Redshaw Advisors will once again host Carbon Forward 2017’s pre-conference EU ETS training day on the 26th September that will equip attendees, whatever their EU ETS experience,  with the tools they need to maximise the benefit of the two conference days. The main conference’s guest speakers, like last year, are from institutions and companies operating at the cutting-edge of global carbon markets.

Carbon Forward 2017 is sure to be well-attended by direct EU ETS participants and their service providers. The flexible ticket structure allows attendees to choose the days that most suit their needs. The special offer rates that include multi-day, early-bird and industrial installation discounts make this an event that you cannot afford to miss.

 

Interested in attending or finding out more? Simply fill in your details here  and you will receive regular updates on the latest speaker announcements, programme developments and special offers. More information can also be found at www.carbon-forward.com.

Alternatively, if there is something you would really like to see in the conference programme, please send us an email with your suggestion(s) and we will let you know what we can do to make it happen. Your feedback will make the conference even better!

 

 

 

 

 

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