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EU ETS Contact Details Database

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Covering 14,000 European power plants and factories, with a total of 48,000 contacts

 

This database contains all the contact details of the industrial installations included in the European Union's Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS): power plants, refineries, iron & steel factories, cement & lime plants, glass making plants, pulp & paper mills, bricks & ceramics factories plus installations from many other sectors (such as pharmaceutical companies, car manufacturers, food & drinks companies, hospitals, universities, water utilities, ...).

For each contact, the following information is supplied:

  • Installation name
  • Country
  • Sector of activity (as defined in the EU ETS Directive)
  • Contact name
  • Relationship (Account holder, Account holder representatives, Verifier representative)
  • Postal address
  • 1 or 2 phone numbers
  • 1 or 2 email addresses
  • Fax number

This database contains more than 48,000 contacts related to the 14,000 installations participating to the EU carbon trading scheme. The installation contacts include carbon traders, carbon portfolio managers, energy and environmental managers, compliance managers, carbon emissions verifiers, and industrial plant managers.

Providing you with a large contact base from different sectors of activity, the EU ETS Installation Contact Details Database is the ideal tool to support your marketing campaigns and boost your sales revenues.

Product specifications:

  • 1 Excel file
  • 14,000 installations with their 48,000 contacts
  • 28 countries (All EU countries)
  • Updated on a weekly basis

Price: EUR 1,990     Order Now

 

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EU ETS Contact Details Database - Sector list

Sector of activity Sector of activity (cont'd)
Combustion of fuels (all companies having a boiler or installation with a thermal input of 20 MW or more - includes many sectors such as power and heat production, motor industry, pharmaceuticals, food & drinks, water utilities, universities, hospitals, etc...) Gypsum and plaster boards
Refining of mineral oil Pulp
Production of coke Paper
Metal ore roasting or sintering Carbon black
Pig iron or steel Nitric acid
Ferrous metals Adipic acid
Primary aluminium Glyoxal and glyoxylic acid
Secondary aluminium Ammonia
Non-ferrous metals Bulk organic chemicals
Cement Hydrogen (H2) and synthesis gas
Lime Soda ash (Na2CO3) and sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3)
Glass Capture of greenhouse gases
Bricks and ceramics Transport of greenhouse gases by pipelines
Mineral wool Geological storage of greenhouse gases