Introducing Forest Carbon Monitor
FOR ETS TRADERS
Make the best allowances trades with detailed timely physical demand information on EU and UK carbon credits.
WHAT IS CARBON WATCH FOR ETS TRADERS?
Carbon Watch provides near-realtime physical demand information on EU and UK carbon credits by country and by sector—including hard-to-get live industrial emissions.
Carbon Watch includes all countries and sectors regulated under the EU ETS market and allows you to make the right allowances trades based on a live view of physical demand for carbon credits months ahead of official data.
WHY IS OUR CARBON WATCH UNIQUE?
First to provide
data on carbon demand
Kayrros is the first company to develop a complete tool and provide granular data on live physical carbon demand, in particular for industry.
Kayrros leverages its expertise in satellite imagery analysis with a data fusion approach to reach 98% accuracy against official benchmarks.
OUR CARBON WATCH FEATURES
Breakdown by country and by sector
Carbon Watch provides near-realtime physical demand for carbon credits by country and sector, including hard-to-get live industrial emissions as well as power and transportation data.This includes all countries and sectors regulated under the EU ETS market.
Constantly expanding coverage
Kayrros Carbon Watch covers the EU, the UK, the US and China for unique insights into CO² emissions from these countries. And our coverage is constantly expanding!
WHAT’S IN STORE?
Kayrros provides dashboards for physical demand for carbon credits data with daily updates.
Kayrros provides access to its data via REST or Python APIs
Kayrros sends weekly reports and analysis on Crude Oil Inventories.
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