Israel mulls carbon tax on power, transport, and cooking gas

Published 18:17 on June 10, 2020  /  Last updated at 13:03 on September 1, 2021  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, Middle East  /  No Comments

Israel has started working on a carbon pricing strategy, with the central bank recommending the government to set up an emissions tax for power, road transport, and cooking gas, according to local reports on Wednesday.

Israel has started working on a carbon pricing strategy, with the central bank recommending the government to set up an emissions tax for power, road transport, and cooking gas, according to local reports on Wednesday.

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