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DGB Group N.V. (“DGB” or “the Group”) (Euronext: DGB: NL0009169515), a leading carbon project developer and ecosystem restoration company, projects a continuation of strong demand for high-quality carbon credits in the rapidly evolving voluntary carbon market. As global net-zero pledges increase, DGB expects a continued shift towards high-quality removal credits from nature-based solutions.
Carbon credits allow organisations to reduce their emissions through offsets today while taking cost-effective action to reduce future emissions through sustainability in their business models. Carbon credits are thus an essential tool for businesses to achieve their decarbonisation goals.
DGB is one of the fastest-growing project developers in the carbon marketplace and recognises the following trends in the market:
The outlook for the carbon market remains robust and promising, based on projections from various prominent institutions. The range of price estimates is wide, with the voluntary carbon market projected to grow to anywhere between $10 billion and $100 billion by 2030. This significant growth trend is primarily fueled by the rising number of companies setting net-zero targets and the surge in demand for carbon credits, which are central to offsetting carbon footprints.
EY, McKinsey, and BCG, alongside Morgan Stanley, all anticipate a multi-fold expansion, suggesting a market value ranging from $30 billion to $50 billion by 2030. The more optimistic outlooks from Goldman Sachs and Wood Mackenzie forecast a market size of $100 billion by 2030, indicating potential for exponential growth if the right conditions and commitments persist. A conservative projection comes from PwC, estimating the growth of up to $30 billion by the same year—still a 10-fold growth compared to today’s $3 billion market. The consensus across all price predictions is the rapid and substantial growth of the market, marking it as a promising long-term investment opportunity.
DGB likewise sees a positive outlook for the carbon credit market as demand for high-quality credits increases. DGB foresees a significant price increment towards 2030 due to a shortage of carbon credits from removal projects. DGB predicts that the volume of credits required globally will increase at least 20-fold by 2035, with prices rising to a central estimate of $80–$150 per tonne by 2035. It forecasts a verified emissions reduction–price rise of 9.5% to 15.0% per year towards 2035 and a 4.0% to 6.0% price increase from 2035 to 2050.
DGB underscores the monumental role of high-quality carbon credits in realising a sustainable future. Not only do they serve as an integral tool for achieving net-zero targets, they also stimulate economic growth, facilitate ecosystem restoration, and aid in biodiversity conservation. High-quality credits help to bridge the gap between current emissions and future reduction goals, enabling immediate, measurable impact.
‘We see the escalating demand, underscored by increasing corporate net-zero commitments and regulatory support, as a clear indicator of the sector's growth trajectory. Despite occasional price volatility, the significant investments by major corporations reflect confidence in the robustness and long-term sustainability of this market’, said Selwyn Duijvestijn, CEO of DGB. Duijvestijn added, ‘This burgeoning carbon market holds the promise of an unprecedented investment opportunity. DGB stands at the forefront of this rapidly evolving market. With the dual advantage of attractive returns and positive environmental impact, investing in the carbon credit market can be a game-changer in the world's quest for sustainability. There is a remarkable potential of high-quality carbon credits as an indispensable part of the decarbonisation toolkit.’
For further insights on DGB's performance during Q2 of 2023. please refer to DGB's quarterly update which was released today.
DGB GROUP NV
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