CO2 certificate trading is fully digitalized via our marketplace.
We efficiently connect buyer and seller on an equal footing.
Where our main focus is the analysis of market prices and market events.
To achieve CO2 targets, legislators at European and national level are tightening their laws. This also affects greenhouse gas reduction quotas (GHG quota) and national emission allowances (nEZ according to nETS). To deal successfully with this future, companies need tools for trading that work efficiently and information to counter uncertainties and make better decisions. q-bility provides both.
In prices and information
Close deals with just a tap
Contract conclusion and processing quick and easy
Contemporary up-to-date marketplace
Verified trading partners for safe deals
Trade your CO2 certificates now
All at a glance
Whether GHG quota and nETS, whether UER and KVO, all together or separately? Thanks to customizable trading screens, you can always keep an eye on what is important to you - and simply hide the rest.
At full transparency
Do you need information to counter uncertainties and make better decisions? We support you with our price indices for all tradable products and analyses of market developments.
No hidden costs
Use our entire range of services flexibly tailored to your needs: From fixed trading fees to a view-only model with an annual basic fee.
Who we are
Mountains are our passion and we give everything along the way to the peak.
The q-bility team: dynamic and young start-up with several years of experience in the energy and fuel sectors and a high level of expertise in the field of marketing CO2.
Our goal is to revolutionize CO2 trading, by creating an efficient, digital and transparent marketplace.
What does q-bility means?
q – how could it be otherwise – stands for quota and bility for mobility or ability. You name it!
Which fuels are tradeable?
Traction current, bio-LNG, biomethane, biogas, hydrogen, E-fuels
Who is permitted to trade via q-bility?
Operators of e-charging stations, biomethane filling station operators, bio-LNG producers, traders, quota obligors, broker, pooling service providers, hydrogen producers
What are the relevant laws?
RED II, German Biofuel Sustainability Regulation, BImSchV, BImSchG
What are the relevant authorities?
Hauptzollamt (Central Customs Authority) Frankfurt (Oder) HZA, Umweltbundesamt (German Environment Agency) UBA, Deutsche Emissionshandelsstelle (German Emissions Trading Authority) DEHSt
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