Since 1 January, the maritime sector has come under the EU ETS. Inclusion into an ever-changing and long-standing trading system is a challenge for companies and understanding is essential to minimise risk.

More than 2,200 companies around the world are amending their monitoring plans, opening their holding accounts, designing their purchasing strategies and analysing market access, which involves technical and financial departments working together. In addition, the EU ETS requires changes to contracts with commercial operators, who must also understand their position in this scenario and develop their own strategies.

In this context, Global Factor has organised a webinar called “Smooth Sailing Ahead: Strategies for EU ETS Compliance in the Maritime Sector” were the will discuss the legislative framework and its implementation, market access and functioning, and purchasing strategies based on our experience working with shipping companies around the world.

The webinar will feature contributions from Maruxa Heras García, Head of Shipping at Global Factor; Miller Wells, Carbon Market Specialist at Global Factor; Sofija Mecinaj, Carbon Market Specialist at Global Factor; and Nikolaos Gouvalas, Country Manager Greece & Cyprus at Global Factor.

📅 Date: Wednesday, April 24th, 2024

🕙 Time: 10:00 – 11:00 (CET)


🌟 Introduction
🗳️ Political Overview
🌐 Navigating EU ETS
📊 Forecast and Strategies
❓ Q&A Session

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about EU ETS compliance in the maritime sector.

Source: Global Factor

Global Factor is an international group with 20 years of experience, specialised in offering global, original, and innovative solutions in the fields of climate change adaptation and mitigation, carbon footprint, sustainability, circular economy, renewable energies, climate neutrality and carbon markets. Global Factor has an interdisciplinary team with a presence in 8 countries and has participated in more than 2,000 projects for more than 700 public and private clients and counterparties, international organisations and non-profit entities in 51 different countries.