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The economics of energy are changing -- will policies keep up?

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Nova Scotia's McNeil government is chewing on a couple of energy-related tax changes recommended by this fall's Broten report on taxation: a carbon tax, and removing the HST rebate on home energy. Plus, it's reviewing the subsidies for renewables.


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National Forum on Clean Energy and Industry -- Part 1

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