Sacramento, CA, March 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Climate Connect Limited today announced the launch of its awaited "California Carbon Market Report," a comprehensive news product targeting various stakeholders of the Californian carbon and clean energy market. The fortnightly report will help stakeholders stay abreast with the latest movements in the carbon and the renewable energy market.
The product is a collection of updates and analysis of various aspects of the California cap-and-trade scheme. This one-of-its-kind product provides the stakeholders with policy and industry updates in addition to market updates of various carbon instruments as well as exclusive interviews from the key market players on a fortnightly basis.
Commenting on the launch, Mr Nitin Tanwar, Founder & CEO of Climate Connect said, "California is a leader among US states when it comes to tackling climate change. It launched its carbon pollution abatement scheme in January this year that could be a $55 Billion market by year 2020. We want to provide Californian participants high quality market information to help them make right investment choices, something we have already done successfully in Europe and Australasia.”
Climate Connect already boasts of similar valuable products focused on various regional carbon markets ranging from Australia Carbon Pricing Mechanism, EU Emissions Trading Scheme, China Pilot Carbon schemes and Indian REC and PAT schemes. The critical analyses and recent updates entailed in the products have successfully received an overwhelming response from the stakeholders making them highly sought-after news products in the market.
The first issue of the Climate Connect California Carbon Market Report can be accessed at http://www.climate-connect.co.uk/Home/sites/default/files/California%20Carbon%20Weekly%20Report.pdf
About Climate Connect
Climate Connect is an Online Media and Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) company based in London and New Delhi. Climate Connect was founded by experienced green market professionals in mid 2010 and has rapidly grown to build a highly qualified team of researchers and analysts; and built cutting edge online data products that provide forecasts on environment commodities. Editors can email CEO of Climate Connect at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at +44 207 193 8996.