Commission approved Slovenian NAPs proposal

In February 2007, the Commission approved the Slovenian National Allocation Plan (NAP).
Slovenia was teh thirteenth Member State to send in a proposal for the second phase of the emissions trading scheme, and only the second coutnry that does not have to decrease the allowances proposed. Besides the United Kingdom, Slovenia is the only country that does not have to cut their proposed caps.
Between 2008 and 2012 Slovenian industry will be allowed 8.3 million tonnes of carbon dioxides emissions.