TALLINN – Estonia wishes to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 23 to 38 percent by 2035, while the end consumption of energy by transport would not increase and the share of renewable energy in it would be at least 22.7 percent, it appears from the initial version of the country's new transport and mobility development plan for 2021-2035.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications on Monday introduced to the public the initial version of the new transport and mobility development plan, by which Estonia wishes to move closer to a greener, smarter a...
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