TALLINN - The Estonian parliament at a sitting on Wednesday passed a government-initiated bill amending the Atmospheric Air Protection Act and the Alcohol, Tobacco, Fuel and Electricity Excise Duty Act.
The bill was passed with 88 votes for and one against with no neutral votes.
In accordance with the bill, suppliers will be granted the option of fulfilling their obligation to monthly reduce their greenhouse gas emissions generated during the life cycle of fuel on a biannual basis in 2020 and annually from 2021.
The bill will also see...
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