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Taxes on energy products, electricity and CO2

Consequences for the Netherlands of the Energy Tax Directive review

This report, formally despatched to the Dutch Parliament by the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment in September 2011,  compares taxes on energy products, electricity and CO2 emissions in nine EU member states (Germany, Belgium, Denmark, the United Kingdom, France, Luxemburg, Spain, Sweden and the Netherlands) and the fiscal, economic and environmental consequences of the review of the European Energy Tax Directive for the Netherlands. It was prepared jointly by CE Delft and Ecofys.

Authors CE

Martijn Blom
Arno Schroten

Delft, July 2011

report (Dutch)

This publication is only available in Dutch.

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