IEA Webinar: Navigating the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism – CBAM

The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) is part of the EU’s climate-neutral ambitions and will impact imports into the EU of goods in certain carbon emissions intensive sectors.

Impacted importers need to prepare for new reporting obligations regarding these imports starting from January 2024 and new CBAM registration requirements from 2025. An additional CBAM carbon cost will arise on impacted imports from 2026.

CBAM initially affects goods imported from non-EU countries that are particularly carbon-intensive. The initial imports targeted are within the iron and steel, aluminium, cement, fertilisers, hydrogen and electricity sectors.

To support export businesses, we hosted an intensive webinar with CBAM expert Arne Mielken on Tuesday 11th June, 2pm to 3pm and also providing a new CBAM training course. This webinar outlined the competencies that professionals need to deal with at all aspects of CBAM.  Including how to calculate carbon, apply for certificates, and how to set up CBAM conform procedures.

  • Arne Mielken, Managing Director, Customs Manager Ltd. See slides here.
  • Tuesday 11th June, 2pm to 3pm
  • Online: Microsoft Teams

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We will also be running a training programme in conjunction with this webinar on the 3rd July, limited places available.

IEA Training: CBAM & Practical Implementation in Companies


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Webinar June 11, 2024 2pm - 3pm

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