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The Unified Energy Systems of Russia (UES) and the Danish Environmental Protection Agency have signed an agreement
The Unified Energy Systems of Russia (UES) and the Danish Environmental Protection Agency have signed an agreement within the framework of the Kyoto Protocol. Russia will be selling quotas on the emission of greenhouse gases to Denmark, a UES source told Itar-Tass on Tuesday. The UES will use the money to reconstruct the first Amur heating and power plant and the Mednogorsk heating and power plant. Nine and eleven million euros will be invested in each project correspondingly, the source said. The emission of greenhouse gases will reduce by 1 million tonnes from the Amur power plant, and 210,000 tonnes from the Mednogorsk power plant. Deputy head of the Danish Environmental Protection Agency Morten Pedersen said that the Russian Economic Development and Trade Ministry had not authorized the selling of quotas. The contract says that the decision must be made without four months, otherwise Denmark will quit the projects, he said. Meanwhile, department head at the Economic Development and Trade Ministry Oleg Pluzhnikov said on Tuesday that Russia is considering agreements on selling of Kyoto Protocol quotas on the emission of greenhouse gases with six countries – Germany, Austria, Canada, France, Denmark and Sweden. “It could be either intergovernmental agreements or memoranda of mutual understanding,” he said. “An agreement with France stipulates the settlement of all issues in a specially formed commission,” he added
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