30.08.2022 / 09:00
13.09.2023 / 11:00
Guarantees of Origin Demystified – Part 3: The German Registry of GoOs, Herkunftsnachweisregister (HKNR)
In this third part of our series on Guarantees of Origin (GoOs), we are doing a deep dive into the German Registry of GoOs – the Herkuftsnachweisregister (HKNR).
09.09.2023 / 09:09
Guarantees of Origin Demystified – Part 2: Guarantees of Origin for Renewable Energy
This article provides an overview of EU Guarantee of Origins (GoOs) certification and an explanation of the book & claim principle along which GoOs are transferred and canceled.
29.08.2023 / 08:20
Guarantees of Origin Demystified – Part 1: Transparency of Fuel Mix Disclosures in Electricity Bills
Unveiling Renewable Energy Assurance: Dive into our new series, investigating first how consumers can trust the green origins of their electricity amidst surging renewable market growth.
31.07.2023 / 15:55
Value at Risk (VaR) vs. Expected Shortfall (ES)
Historical events like the financial crisis in 2008 have left substantial and persistent impacts on the banks’ contemporary risk management. Two prominent risk measures - Value at Risk (VaR) and Expected Shortfall (ES) - will be closer highlighted and assessed under different market volatility.
27.07.2023 / 08:57
Data-driven ESG decisions Part 2: Tracking Sustainability
How is data concerning mass chemical vendors relevant in understanding the effects on ESG factors?
05.07.2023 / 00:00
Partnership with Wasserstoffbündnis Bayern (Hydrogen Alliance Bavaria)
🎉 Exciting News! FORRS has joined the ranks of partners in the Wasserstoffbündnis Bayern (Hydrogen Alliance Bavaria). 🚀
29.06.2023 / 11:24
Data-driven ESG decisions Part 1: Advanced insights with free data
There is a broad array of data sources available for free that help dive deep into understanding the ESG related indicators and take informed decisions. They range over Weather and Sensory data, NGO/GOs, Company data, Regulatory data, Market data and Surveys and statistics.
16.06.2023 / 09:50
The Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank
Financial markets have seen a great deal of instability in 2023, which has been characterized by a number of banks crises and failures. Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) was one of the first fatalities. As the second-largest bank failure in US history and the first bank run of the digital era, SVB's collapse provides important new insights into the underlying structural problems that banks continue to face.
21.05.2023 / 14:44
Are you ready for E-world energy & water 2023, starting tomorrow?
28.04.2023 / 08:17
Navigating Turbulence: Insights from the European Asset Management Conference
Conferences like the European Asset Management Conference, organized by the ALFI, provide a platform for intellectual exchange and insights that prove especially helpful during these turbulent times.