Carbon Finance - Market Value


Market Value

The market for the purchase of carbon has grown exponentially since its conception in 1996.

The following is the estimated size of the worldwide carbon market according to the World Bank:

Volume (millions metric tonnes, MtCO2)

Dollars (millions of USD)

  • 2005: 10,908 (7,971 in Main Allowances Markets & 2,937 in Project based transactions)
  • 2006: 31,235 (24,699 in Main Allowances Markets & 6,536 in Project based transactions)
  • 2007: 64,035 (50,394 in Main Allowances Markets & 13,641 in Project based transactions)

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