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Estonia plans nationwide electric car charging network

Estonia announced Thursday that it would sell 10 million carbon credits to Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation and use the proceeds to set up a nationwide network of charge-points for electric cars. Prime Minister Andrus Ansip said that the government had approved the sale of the unused credits — tradeable allowances granted by Brussels to European Union members in a drive to limit greenhouse gas emissions by industry.

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