Carbon Pulse increases European, voluntary carbon market coverage with new hire

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Carbon Pulse is enhancing its coverage of the European and voluntary carbon markets with another new hire.

Carbon Pulse is enhancing its coverage of the European and voluntary carbon markets with another new hire.

Roy Manuell joined the company this week as a London-based Net Zero Correspondent, tasked with covering market and policy developments across the EMEA region and beyond.

Prior to this, Roy worked as a journalist and then analyst at ICIS, where he covered the German energy transition as well as southern European energy markets.

His expertise in these areas will allow Carbon Pulse to bolster its already unrivalled reporting on the EU and UK emissions trading schemes and how they interact with Europe’s energy markets.

As well, Roy will contribute to the firm’s expanding coverage of the fast-growing global voluntary carbon market.

Roy joins Carbon Pulse’s latest cohort of hires including fellow Net Zero Correspondent Peter Kiernan, who is based in Singapore. This brings Carbon Pulse’s roster of full-time reporters to nine, with three more experts who work part-time or freelance.

The company is planning to bring aboard several more staff members this year – including one or two new Environmental Markets Correspondents based in North America – as it experiences rapid growth alongside the world’s booming carbon markets.

As well, Carbon Pulse has promoted Chicago-based reporter Matt Lithgow to the role of Head of Americas.

Matt was previously Senior North American Environmental Markets Correspondent, having joined the company in 2018.

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