Energy

— Oct 31, 2023
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A Review of Electric Vehicle Consumer Subsidies in Canada finds that government subsidies for electric vehicle purchases are an extremely costly way to try to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Canada.

— Sep 12, 2023
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Wrong Move at the Wrong Time: Economic Impacts of the New Federal Building Energy Efficiency Mandates is a new study that finds the cost of a newly constructed home in Canada will increase by $55,000, on average, by 2030 as a result of the federal government’s proposed energy efficiency regulations for buildings. Crucially, the stricter building regulations will only reduce Canada’s total emissions by 0.9 per cent.

— Aug 9, 2023
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Measuring Canadian Energy Subsidies: A Review of the State of the Art with Recommendations for Reform

Measuring Canadian Energy Subsidies: A Review of the State of the Art with Recommendations for Reform is a new study that documents the current state of energy subsidies in Canada—in particular how they are measured—in light of the federal government’s pledge to phase out those subsidies it deems to be inefficient.

— Dec 1, 2022
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Canada-US Energy Sector Competitiveness Survey 2022

Canada-US Energy Sector Competitiveness Survey is an annual survey of senior oil and gas executives, conducted between May and September of 2022, that finds uncertainty concerning environmental regulations and disputed land claims, likewise the cost of regulatory compliance, as major areas of concern in Canadian jurisdictions compared to US states.

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