New national plans setting the number of carbon allowances for Poland and Estonia under the 2008-12 phase of the EU's emissions trading scheme will be issued by the European Commission on Friday.
The commission was forced to revise the plans, called NAPs, following court rulings in September. Environment minister Stavros Dimas has already indicated the new emission caps for the two countries are unlikely to change significantly.
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