EU vote expected to back plan to prop up carbon price

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Energy efficiency directive would withhold permits to help reduce surplus, but final decision rests with ministers

EU parliamentarians are today expected to back action to stimulate carbon prices in the bloc's emissions trading scheme (ETS) as part of a wider vote on energy efficiency. With prices of EU Allowances...

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