During a meeting on September 22 with Maros Sefcovic, Vice President of the European Commission and the Commissioner for the Energy Union, Chairman of the Estonian Parliament's Economic Affairs Committee Sven Sester said that EU Member States could consider discounts on the prices of means of transport that help to reduce the consumption of energy.
He said that possible incentives could include allowing the use of the bus lane, smaller registration fees, or possible tax elements.
The Commissioner for the Energy Union met in Tallinn with the s...
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