MEPs strive towards 2020 targets

MEPs strive towards 2020 targets

On 20 December, the Environment Committee of the European Parliament decided that Emissions Trading System (ETS) credits should be taken out of the next phase of trading to help lift sinking carbon prices

The opinion on the proposed Energy Efficiency Directive steered by the Environment Committee rapporteur Peter Liese, a German EPP deputy, was adopted and will be voted in the lead Industry and Energy Committee.

Warning against an excessively low or high carbon price, Liese underlined...

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