European Commission believes compromise could be possible if money from backloading is used to help energy intensive industries go green
Carbon intensive businesses lobbying against plans to prop up the European carbon price could soften their stance towards a compromise deal, if a new plan to pay energy intensive sectors to fit low carbon...
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