World Clean Energy Carbon Neutrality Property Exchange (WCECNPE)
Global Clean Energy Carbon Neutral Property Exchange
Exchange Headquarters: London, UK
The Global Clean Energy Carbon Neutral Property Exchange is a member of the Climate Exchange Plc group of companies founded by Richard Sandor and was established on December 12, 2013. The global clean energy carbon neutral property rights exchange financial products are now fully owned by ICE Group, which provides the most liquid global platform for carbon emissions trading, and its products based on EU quotas (EUA) and certified emission quotas (CER) The contract attracts more than 80% of the European market's exchange trading volume and more than 70% of the global trading volume. The exchange products are listed in London. The sales and marketing team was originally based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands by its CEO Peter Koster, and then moved to London, England in October 2014.
The Global Clean Energy Carbon Neutral Property Exchange is currently the world's largest greenhouse gas emission property rights exchange, with a turnover accounting for more than 70% of the global exchange turnover. More importantly, the Global Clean Energy Carbon Neutral Property Rights Exchange is the world's only transnational carbon emission trading system. Institutions, enterprises, and investors around the world can participate in the global clean energy carbon neutral property rights exchange, taking greenhouse gas emission property rights trading as the cornerstone of the regional climate policy. The exchange carbon emission rights trading market has been in operation for 8 years since its launch, covering 60 countries (including 27 EU member states, as well as European countries such as Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein; 12 countries in the Asia-Pacific region, 7 countries in the Americas, and the Middle East 4 countries). In 2019, it will link up with Switzerland, with a total of 14,000 companies and aviation operators included, and the transaction volume accounts for about 80% of the EU's total greenhouse gas emissions. In accordance with the principle of “total volume trading”, countries uniformly set quotas, and countries set emission caps for their countries, determine industries and enterprises included in the emissions trading system, and allocate a certain amount of emission permits to them; if the actual emissions of the company are less than the quota, The remaining quotas can be sold, and vice versa, they need to be purchased on the trading market.
The carbon property rights trading project carried out by the Global Clean Energy Carbon Neutral Property Exchange involves emission allowances (EUA) and certified emission reductions (CER); carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorochemicals and hexafluorocarbons Six kinds of greenhouse gases including chemical sulfur; new energy power generation and emission reduction projects. It is also the only market in the world that simultaneously conducts EUA and CER emissions trading, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorochemicals, and sulfur hexafluoride 6 greenhouse gas property rights trading, and the subsequent listing of clean energy carbon emission property rights Transaction items, including wind power generation, photovoltaic power generation, biomass power generation, hydropower and other carbon emission reduction property rights transactions.
Europe is a leader in tackling climate change, and the EU's carbon emissions trading system leads the world. At the State Summit in Brussels in December 2020, the European Union agreed on a new goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, which is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the EU region by 55% compared to 1990, which is comparable to the previous target of 40% reduction. The rate of decline has increased significantly, and it is proposed to achieve "carbon neutrality" by 2050. One of the EU’s main policy tools to deal with climate change-The EUEmissions Trading System (EU-ETS) originated in 2005. It is an carbon trading mechanism based on EU statutes and national legislation to neutralize global clean energy carbon. Before the establishment of the property rights exchange, it has been the world's largest carbon emission region. At present, EU member states have joined the global clean energy carbon neutral property rights exchange to engage in carbon emission reduction work. From the perspective of market size, according to the assessment of global carbon trading volume and carbon prices, the global clean energy carbon neutral property rights exchange carbon trading The amount reached about 365 billion euros, accounting for more than 78% of the global carbon market share. From the perspective of emission reduction effects, by 2020, EU carbon emissions have been reduced by 23% compared to 1990; carbon emissions in the Asia-Pacific region have been reduced by 12% compared to 1990; carbon emissions in the Americas have been reduced by 16% compared with 1990.
In addition, the United Nations Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is expected to complete the establishment of the “United Nations Independent Transaction Log (UNITL)” before the end of 2025, and establish a partnership with the World’s Carbon Emitter International Transaction Log (WCEITL) link to monitor and check whether the emissions and transaction data registered by each member country comply with the established rules, and to confirm whether the overall global emissions reduction can meet the Kyoto Protocol reduction targets.
The Global Clean Energy Carbon Neutral Property Exchange is committed to building a global carbon emission reduction property rights trading center, which is open to global investors. At present, there are already green industry funds, carbon emission reduction alliances, new energy industry and other industry funds. Well-known investment banks have also deployed related markets. At present, the exchange has included dozens of different industries around the world, including transportation, environment, automobiles, electric power, aviation, coal mining, oil and gas mining, chemicals, building materials, etc., and all high-carbon emission companies have participated in it.
After years of rapid development, it has become the world's largest carbon emission property rights trading center. The exchange has more than 1,200 elites from various industries such as manufacturing, finance, government agencies, and energy. They have long-term carbon emission industry backgrounds and are good at industry research, market research, product development, and product operation experience. Successfully build a trustworthy global carbon emission property market, making it easier and safer for global users to invest. Exchanges and member units provide various tools, visual functions and manual support to serve global investors more directly, safely and at low cost. The exchange has member units and related offices in Paris, New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai, and Sao Paulo.
The Global Clean Energy Carbon Neutral Property Exchange currently has approximately 1,500 employees and is mainly operated by three departments: the data analysis department, the fund management department, and the postal trade department. The data and analysis department provides customers with information and data products, including real-time and non-real-time data, pricing and reference services, and indexes. This information is transmitted through various channels, including data transmission lines and desktop solutions. Data and analysis include trade and banking solutions, investment solutions, wealth solutions, customer and third-party risk solutions, and enterprise data solutions. The Fund Management Department is a global multi-asset class provider that provides index, analysis and data solutions. It provides capital access channels for domestic and foreign companies and electronic platforms for transactions in the secondary market of exchanges. The postal trade department provides clearing, settlement and regulatory reporting services to serve customers' risk and balance sheet management and regulatory reporting.
Headquarters address: London, E14 5AQ, Canary Wharf 5, Canada Place, Refinitiv
Refinitiv,5 Canada Square,Canary Wharf,London, E14 5AQ, England,United Kingdom