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GL2012 highlights: Experience from the Danish F-Gas regulation

In 2001 and 2002, Denmark introduced a national regulation on fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases): F-gases were banned for certain purposes and a tax of DKK 100 (around 13 €) per tonne of CO2 equivalents was imposed on the importation of HFC/PFC/SF6. This figure was increased by 50% to DKK 150 (around 20 €) in January 2011.
In 2001 and 2002, Denmark introduced a national regulation on fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases): F-gases were banned for certain purposes and a tax of DKK 100 (around 13 €) per tonne of CO2 equivalents was imposed on the importation of HFC/PFC/SF6. This figure was increased by 50% to DKK 150 (a...

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