Ireland unveils climate plan with four-fold carbon tax rise to meet EU goals

Published 22:45 on June 17, 2019  /  Last updated at 01:42 on June 18, 2019  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Ireland’s centre-right government has unveiled a climate plan that includes quadrupling the country's non-ETS carbon tax to €80 per tonne by 2030 in an effort to avoid a hefty EU compliance bill.

Ireland’s centre-right government has unveiled a climate plan that includes quadrupling the country’s non-ETS carbon tax to €80 per tonne by 2030 in an effort to avoid a hefty EU compliance bill.

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