Commission stands firm on Polish, Estonian NAPs

The number of carbon allowances proposed in the Polish and Estonian national allocation plans (NAPs) for the 2008-12 period of the EU's emissions trading scheme is too high, the European Commission insists.

On Friday the commission rejected the national plans for the second time but said it had changed its initial decisions slightly to take into account recent court rulings. The difference is that the new decisions are based on verified data for 2008.

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