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Webinar series

Unpacking Fit for 55

The European Parliament is introducing a set of ambitious new climate legislation in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030. For many companies, the proposals mean that they will have more carbon tonnes at risk - incentivizing them to seek abatement options that support a path to net zero emissions. To understand the implications of Fit for 55, join ICE and industry experts for an educational webinar series where we’ll deep dive into the key components of the legislation and answer your most pressing questions.

Understanding the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

To help market participants understand how the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) will impact them, ICE hosted a webinar with leading energy expert Dr. Michael Mehling, Deputy Director at the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In the webinar, we outlined what the CBAM is, what actions companies need to take to prepare and how they can hedge their risk.

Duration: 45 minutes (including Q&A)

Navigating EU ETS for Maritime & Aviation

From 2024, shipping will be included in the EU Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) for the first time, and free allowances to aviation will become phased out. ICE with guest speaker Peter Zaman, Partner at HFW held a webinar to explain what inclusion in the EU ETS means for maritime and aviation companies, how they can prepare, and what solutions are available to hedge carbon price risk.

Duration: 45 minutes (including Q&A)

Implications of ETS 2 for Buildings and Road Transport

As part of the EU’s "Fit for 55" package, the scope of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) will be extended to include emissions from fuels used in buildings, road transport, and certain industrial sectors not already covered.

With legislation slated to take effect in 2027, impacted sectors face new requirements. To help market participants understand these changes, ICE held a webinar to discuss what actions companies can take to prepare and how they can hedge their risk. We were joined by leading economist and energy expert Michael Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Duration: 45 minutes (including Q&A)

How ICE can help

Companies can use ICE environmental markets to meet Fit for 55 obligations and manage their price risk. ICE has been a leader in environmental markets for nearly two decades, annual carbon allowance trading on ICE is the equivalent of over 55% of the world’s energy footprint.