Webinar: The market impact of the Market Stability Reserve (MSR) and how it can be optimised

Date:10th July 2014
Time: 10am BST

The commission´s proposal for the introduction of a Market Stability Reserve (MSR) from 2021 onwards to reform the EU ETS as part of the 2030 Framework for Climate and Energy Policies was released in January 2014. As of now the concept of a MSR is discussed in detail by a variety of stakeholders. This webinar wants to contribute to this discussion by giving the ICIS view on the MSR.

Key topics covered in the webinar include:

  • • Timing Impact Model (TIM)
  • • The ICIS approach of modelling carbon price developments
  • • Current state of play in the EU ETS
  • • Market Stability Reserve (MSR)
  • • Analysis of Market impact - Pro and cons
  • • ICIS/Tschach Solutions MSR proposal – an optimised approach

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The market impact of the Market Stability Reserve and how it can be optimised

Date:10th July 2014
Time: 11am CEST

The commission´s proposal for the introduction of a Market Stability Reserve (MSR) from 2021 onwards to reform the EU ETS as part of the 2030 Framework for Climate and Energy Policies was released in January 2014. As of now the concept of a MSR is discussed in detail by a variety of stakeholders. This webinar wants to contribute to this discussion by giving the ICIS view on the MSR.

Key topics covered in the webinar include:

  • • Timing Impact Model (TIM)
  • • The ICIS approach of modelling carbon price developments
  • • Current state of play in the EU ETS
  • • Market Stability Reserve (MSR)
  • • Analysis of Market impact - Pro and cons
  • • ICIS/Tschach Solutions MSR proposal – an optimised approach


The registration time to attend the live webinar is now closed, complete the form below to receive the recorded version as soon as it's ready:
The market impact of the Market Stability Reserve and how it can be optimised

Date:10th July 2014
Time: 11am CEST

The commission´s proposal for the introduction of a Market Stability Reserve (MSR) from 2021 onwards to reform the EU ETS as part of the 2030 Framework for Climate and Energy Policies was released in January 2014. As of now the concept of a MSR is discussed in detail by a variety of stakeholders. This webinar wants to contribute to this discussion by giving the ICIS view on the MSR.

Key topics covered in the webinar include:

  • • Timing Impact Model (TIM)
  • • The ICIS approach of modelling carbon price developments
  • • Current state of play in the EU ETS
  • • Market Stability Reserve (MSR)
  • • Analysis of Market impact - Pro and cons
  • • ICIS/Tschach Solutions MSR proposal – an optimised approach


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