European Union Allowance
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About European Union Allowances
The European Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) is the cornerstone of Europe’s climate strategy. Pricing emissions through a market based mechanisms like the EU ETS is our best shot at reducing emissions at scale. And by investing in EUAs, you can accelerate that trajectory.
Every allowance you hold is an allowance that can’t be purchased by an industrial polluter to emit CO2 in our atmosphere. As you purchase EUAs, you decrease the available supply, pushing prices upwards. In turn, as prices increase, industrial polluters have an increased incentive to lower their emissions by investing in decarbonation solutions. Also, according to EU regulation, holding EUAs increases the number of EUAs in circulation, therefore reducing future budgets.
European Union Allowances are a high-performing, highly liquid asset with low correlation to other major asset class. They have a demonstrated 10-year track record, making them a great asset for medium to long term holders. With over 800 billion euros in annual trading volume they are a mature financial product with strong liquidity.
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