Regulation & Policy

The energy efficiency lobby is trying to convince the Canada Revenue Agency that parts of the tax code are out of date and that minor tweaks could make it easier and more cost-effective for building owners to do energy efficiency upgrades. Elizabeth McDonald, president and CEO of the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance (CEEA), tells Canadian Green Tech that it revolves around interpretive tax bulletins which guide CRA on how it categorizes spending on buildings.

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