The cleared annual allocation is 152.3 million tonnes of CO2, which compares with the cap proposed by Spain of 152.7 million tonnes. Spain’s plan for 2008-2012 covered additional emissions in sectors which did not report emissions in 2005 of roughly 6.7 million tonnes.

Spain’s is the 14th national allocation plan (NAP) for the 2008-2012 period to be assessed by the Commission so far.

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