(Adds details) MADRID, June 21 (Reuters) - Spain on Monday proposed limiting its electricity sector to 264 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions from 2005 to 2007, a stricter plan than sought by coal-burning electricity companies. Environment Minister Cristina Narbona unveiled Spain's National Allocation Plan (NAP), required under European Union commitments to the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gases. It will be debated further in Spain before being sent to Brussels. Spain proposed ...
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