Next year, Finland's government will put forth a legislative proposal to phase out the use of coal power and increase CO2 tariffs in the country, reports Reuters.
"This strategy has a goal of getting rid of coal as an energy source by 2030," says Riku Huttunen, director general in Finland's energy department, to Reuters.
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