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ECXEuropean Climate Exchange
ECXElectronic Catalog Xml
ECXEthiopia Commodity Exchange (est. 2008)
ECXExceptional Customer Experience (various companies)
ECXE-Commerce Exchange
ECXEpirubicin, Cisplatin & Xeloda (chemotherapy treatment)
ECXeCatalog XML
ECXExtended Count Register
ECXElectronically Controlled Telephone Exchange
ECXExtrusion-Cast Explosive (fine-grain)
ECXExperimental Concentration - Percent
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Sandor founded the European Climate Exchange (ECX), Europe's leading exchange operating in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme and the benchmark for world carbon prices.
Climate Exchange Plc also owns the European Climate Exchange, Europe's leading CO2 emissions exchange.
EFP was established in 1998 and was the predecessor company and incubator to the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), the European Climate Exchange (ECX), and the Chicago Climate Futures Exchange (CCFE).
For every tonne of reduction achieved with the help of subsidies in Europe, at least 20 tonnes of CO2 equivalent offsets could be purchased on the European Climate Exchange.
Morgan, XL Re, Credit Suisse, Renaissance Re, Solidium Partners, Aon Benefield, European Climate Exchange, Juniperus Capital and Deutsche Bank presented at the three-day summit.
The largest trading platform was still the over-the-counter (OTC) market, which traded 49 percent of the volume, with the share of carbon deals traded by exchanges, such as Bluenext and the European Climate Exchange (ECX), up to 37 percent.
Gold - APX, American Carbon Registry, Chicago Climate Exchange, Climate Change Capital, Deloitte & Touche, European Climate Exchange, Hunton & Williams, Montreal Climate Exchange, Natsource.
Included among the conference's prestigious sponsors are: CO2 Focus, Barclays Capital, Evolution Markets, Fortis, European Energy Exchange (EEX)/ Eurex, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Ecosecurities, European Climate Exchange, Green Exchange, Gestore Mercato Elettrico, Kaupthing Bank, Jones Day, Nord Pool, ORBEO, DNV and UniCredit Markets & Investment Banking.
The authors are leading practitioners from ABB, Practical Action, New Energy Finance, the Egyptian New & Renewable Energy Authority, Brenco (Brazilian Renewable Energy), the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, the Energy Commission of Nigeria, the US Energy Information Administration, The World Bank, Ernst & Young, Wood Mackenzie, Deloitte & Touche, Verbundnetz Gas, Fortum, Chatham House, Beckman Institute and Kavli Nanoscience Institute, Vestas Wind Systems, AWS Truewind, FreeStream, the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Point Carbon, Petroleum Economist, Vattenfall, RWE, the European Climate Exchange, Areva, Bioverda, Cap Gemini, and IBM.
European Climate Exchange (ECX), a wholly owned subsidiary of CCX, manages the sales and marketing for ECX Carbon Financial Instruments (ECX CFI contracts) in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme system.
For 2007 Claude Mandil, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency, discusses the world's energy future, while Peter Koster, CE of the European Climate Exchange examines the EU Emissions Trading Scheme; Pierce Reimer looks at the legacy left behind in the host country by the World Petroluem Congress; and EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs presents the EU's new energy policy, with regular contributor Peter Storm of the IGU writing on security of supply.
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