Finland opts for €100/tCO2 coal phase-out branded “cosmetic” by industry

Published 20:14 on April 11, 2018  /  Last updated at 20:14 on April 11, 2018  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Finland’s government has opted to ban coal in energy production from 2029, a move that the power sector branded "cosmetic" for reducing a tiny amount of residual emissions for €100 per tonne of CO2.

Finland’s government has opted to ban coal in energy production from 2029, a move that the power sector branded “cosmetic” for reducing a tiny amount of residual emissions for €100 per tonne of CO2.

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