Claude Turmes, MEP: Polluting Remains Pretty Much Free of Charge

Claude Turmes, MEP: Polluting Remains Pretty Much Free of Charge

Date: June 26th 2017

Author: Ana Vučina Vršnak

Category: Interviews

Topic: Electricity , RES and EE , Energy policy , CO2 emissions , Economy

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