energy transition: Rather, he said, it is a crucial piece of the puzzle of financing Canada's transition to a clean energy economy, according to CTV. We purchased it for a reason, said Morneau. Finance Minister Bill Morneau told The Canadian Press in an interview this week that the expanded pipeline is not fodder for negotiating with other parties in the minority government. We now see how it can help us accelerate our clean energy transition by putting any revenues that we get from it into a transition to clean energy. The Liberal government bought the existing pipeline for 4.5 billion in 2018, in a bid to overcome the opposition of the British Columbia government to the expansion. We think that is the best way we can move forward in our current context. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
Tagged under energy transition, energy economy topics.
Immigrants Canada is an independent service managed by genuine immigrants themselves. It is not associated or affiliated with any business interest, government/non-gov organization, funded outfit, grants, group, mission etc... Just our powerful friends!
The content, information, trademarks and multimedia posted on this blog copyrights to their original owners and herein blogged in good faith for the purpose of commentary, speech, opinion and debate.