With the expected surge in demand for carbon markets, there is a need for modern, flexible and cost-effective trading technologies to accelerate the necessary market development.
At Exberry for Carbon Markets, we’re redefining the landscape of carbon trading by providing a comprehensive turnkey solution to facilitate much-needed connectivity, interoperability, standardisation and liquidity in the world of regulated carbon exchanges.
The transition towards achieving net zero goals necessitates implementation of new financial infrastructures. This is particularly true of regulated carbon markets, which are projected to become a multi-billion industry by 2030.
Exberry for Carbon Markets is designed to accelerate the creation of a regulated carbon exchange network, providing an efficient solution that seamlessly connects with other regulated markets to provide liquidity and meet growing industry demand. This network increases accessibility, enables interoperability, and ensures compliance with international standards – all while upholding carbon sovereignty.
Innovative Trading Solution Enhancing Connectivity Across Carbon Markets
Exberry is leading the way in building a truly interconnected Carbon Exchange and Registry Network while upholding carbon sovereignty.
Our solution enables exchanges around the globe to provide their clients with the opportunity to buy and sell carbon assets across regulated markets. Exberry’s technology facilitates the seamless interoperability that will be integral to servicing the fast-growing market over the coming years.
Exberry’s carbon trading infrastructure leverages a full suite of solutions including carbon measurement, reporting, verification, decarbonisation rating, carbon credit development, carbon registry, and trading & clearing infrastructure.
Powered by blockchain technology, we provide transparent, easily auditable, tamper-proof records of all transactions and green projects linked to credits listed on associated exchanges and registries built within our infrastructure.
Carbon exchange network blueprint
Revolutionising Connectivity and Trading Efficiency in the Global Carbon Exchange Network
◗ Collective Approach
Collaboration between leading regulated carbon exchanges facilitates the needed connectivity to interlink the world of regulated carbon exchanges
◗ Integrated Platforms
Enabling a network of exchanges to connect together and trade carbon on a global scale through a robust cutting-edge marketplace and exchange
◗ Highest Standards of Compliance
Exberry’s efficient and secure trading technology meets the critical requirements of regulated markets
◗ Fast Time to Market
A fully-compliant, end-to-end exchange platform covering asset creation, primary and secondary markets, risk, and central counterparty clearing functionality
◗ Capital Markets-Grade Technology
Solutions built to meet the specific needs of capital markets, offering high-performance and enterprise-grade technology
◗ User-Friendly Interface
Our trading UI offers a seamless and efficient experience for users, boasting a clean and intuitive design and allowing effortless navigation
Empowering Regulated Exchanges
In an effort to accelerate the creation of a regulated carbon market exchange network and achieve net-zero goals, Exberry for Carbon Markets offers the world of regulated carbon exchange a turnkey solution to revolutionise trading and facilitate much-needed connectivity, interoperability and liquidity.
Are you a regulated exchange who is ready to realise your carbon trading offering? Contact us to explore how Exberry’s cutting-edge technology can help revolutionise the future of carbon markets.
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