zero44 adds emissions allowance partners

Emissions management software provider zero44 has launched a new trading partnership programme that will see a number of emission allowance traders integrated into its EU ETS platform to allow users to directly procure EU Allowances (EUAs).

In 2023, zero44 launched its EU ETS software to cover the processes and responsibilities required by the legislation, from emissions measurement to the calculation of EU ETS costs and the execution and control of EU ETS clauses from charter and ship management contracts.

The new trading partnership programme will see services from partners including ACT Group, AFS Group, Aither, Berenberg, Carlton Carbon, CFP Energy, Grey Epoch and Targray integrated into the application.

As a result, zero44 customers will be able to select their preferred partner for allowance trading directly via the software and purchase EUAs through them. Users can also link all relevant data sources within the platform, providing an overview of fleet EU ETS obligations.

In addition to the traders within the partnership program, users can also link to their own preferred traders to maintain freedom of choice in their partnerships.

“We want to offer both with our trading partnership programme – guidance and freedom at the same time. If you want to, you can work with our trading partners, but it’s not an obligation,” said Friederike Hesse, Co-founder and Managing Director of zero44.

“This also sets us apart from other emissions management companies. We are convinced that we have now found the optimal solution for our customers.”

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