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@98554TRfrom Washington  answered…14hrs

@97WJT8Yfrom British Columbia  answered…2wks

@97T4JZCConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2wks

Yes, somewhat, if we can afford it, but incentivize production/consumption of renewables instead

@97RR33Dfrom Alberta  answered…3wks

@97QYQ2VCommunistfrom Ontario  answered…3wks

@97P37KPfrom Arizona  answered…3wks

No, but increase tax incentives for companies that promote green energy

@97G8X3RConservativefrom Ontario  answered…4wks

Provide tax credits to companies who produce and consume renewable energy sources

@96ZYY3JConservativefrom Alberta  answered…1mo

Yes. But don’t totally cut out current energy resources. Transition takes time.

@96ZKLX7from Ontario  answered…1mo

Develop a long term strategy that allows fossil fuels to be eliminated over time

@96TBGHYfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

Yes, however they should only subsidize people who don't have enough money to go through with the choice.

@96N6ZCVfrom Alberta  answered…1mo

@96JQJPSfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@96GVSNPfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

@96D8PB7from Ontario  answered…2mos

yes, but the sun doesn't shine every day, and the wind doesn't blow everyday.

@96CZK5Hfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@96CYT57from Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes, because electricity can't be created and everything that is run by electricity will be shut down.

@96C34PNfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

@967V2B4from Alberta  answered…2mos

@966V6CZConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@9623N53from British Columbia  answered…2mos

@95ZWDQ5from Alberta  answered…2mos

Yes, and become a leader for new energy sources showing initiative.

@95YV5GFConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@95WDW5Gfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

Yes, in ways of tax breaks for corporations that use renewable energy

@95N7VRRfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

@95L9J95from Prince Edward Island  answered…2mos

@95JTKKNfrom Ontario  answered…3mos

They should subsidize the expansion, but if the company would be bankrupt without the government then they shouldn't

@95DNCJQConservativefrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

Yes, but not toward's companies which currently produce fossil fuel emissions.

@958FLD8from Alberta  answered…3mos

Yes. Also, the government should raise more awareness about the lack of a suitable alternative, rather than focusing on current technologies that cannot replace fossil fuels

@957BZS7from Alberta  answered…3mos

It depends on the type of renewable energy. If it has low environmental impacts like nuclear or hydro, then yes they should be subsidized but sources like wind power and solar farms have been proven to have harmful affects on ecosystems and therefore in my opinion should not be subsidized.

@957BLNVfrom Alberta  answered…3mos

No, the government should focus on decreasing spending on renewable energy sources which are currently insufficient to replace the current grid demands.

@956XVNYGreenfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

@956KHVNLibertarianfrom Alberta  answered…3mos

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