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“Provide incentive but do not force it on businesses because it effects everyone. New businesses should have a requirement for alternative energies on startup and should get a kickback if they do decide on it and since they do not need to pay as much for running costs, they should lower their prices to their consumers or put money back towards their business under a five year term depending on the type of business (If they deal with consumers directly or not). The ones that do not decide to change have a limit of 5 years to get the funds for alternative energies or face closure. Small businesses are granted grandfather clause, all other old existing establishments have 5 to ten years to change to alternative energies or face being stripped down into a small business. Taxing businesses only prolongs the issue so going about it another way may resolve the issue.”

From a Liberal in Cottam
In reponse to: Should the government increase environmental regulations on businesses to reduce carbon emissions?

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