Canada establishes Low Carbon Economy Fund

The Canadian government plans to establish a C$2 billion Low Carbon Economy Fund that will support projects aiming to reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency.
By Staff reporter 19 June 2017 0 26425

The Canadian government plans to establish a C$2 billion (US$1.5 billion) Low Carbon Economy Fund that will support projects aiming to reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency. The fund was announced in a press release last week by the office of Catherine McKenna, Canada’s minister of environment and climate change.

The fund will provide cash over five years and will be split into two parts: the Low Carbon Economy Leadership Fund and the Low Carbon Economy Challenge. The $1.4 billion Low Carbon Economy Leadership...

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