Second carbon contract is a positive step, broader program needed

Clean Prosperity Executive Director Michael Bernstein made the following statement about the carbon contract for difference announced today between the Canada Growth Fund, Gibson Energy Inc., and Varme Energy Inc.  “The deal announced today is another positive step in the rollout of carbon contracts for difference to de-risk big low-carbon investments,” said Bernstein. “That’s what

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Want to reduce industrial emissions? Get rid of interprovincial trade barriers

By Clean Prosperity Director of Federal Government Relations Etienne Rainville and Director of Policy and Strategy Brendan Frank. Originally posted in The Hub. Since Confederation, unnecessary internal trade barriers have hindered Canada’s economy. Booze is a famous example, but these barriers bog us down in sectors as disparate as electricity, labour, and transportation, among others.

Federal government’s ERP update is commendable, though may be too optimistic

Clean Prosperity Director of Policy and Strategy Brendan Frank made the following statement about the federal government’s 2023 Progress Report on the 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan (ERP), released today: “The progress report on the federal government’s 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan is an important accountability tool to ensure that we’re making progress in decarbonizing the Canadian

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