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(February 11, 2011) Aldyen Donnelly argues that the Canadian Government should use the PetroChina deal as an opportunity to revisit punitive tax and royalty frameworks at the Federal and Provincial levels. Continue reading
(February 9, 2011) Blogger Aldyen Donnelly writes that cap and trade schemes can be a source of protectionism. Continue reading
(Feb.3, 2010) Governments should look to product standards, rather than economically harmful carbon taxes or cap and trade to curb C02 emissions.
(Jan. 19, 2011) Aldyen Donnelly explains why cap and trade policies are inefficient and regressive. Continue reading
(Jan. 14, 2011) Aldyen Donnelly offers a closer look at why Spain’s renewable energy policy should not be repeated in Ontario and other Canadian provinces. Continue reading
(Dec. 20, 2010) The US Department of Energy (DOE) released its early summary of its 2011 Energy Outlook this morning. There is great deal in this new release that matters to Canada and the Canadian economy. Continue reading
(Dec. 15, 2010) Aldyen Donnelly talks about the best way to reduce carbon emissions in Canada.
(December 13, 2010) Aldyen Donnelly looks at some of the stumbling blocks to a global climate change agreement. Continue reading
(Nov. 30, 2010) Aldyen Donnelly looks at the major drawbacks to implementing consumption taxes, rather than income taxes. Continue reading
Aldyen Donnelly: Energy cost savings do not generate paybacks for customer investments in energy efficiency
(Nov. 12, 2010) In real life, it is not possible to deliver energy cost savings to consumers who invest in efficiency if we mobilize a market-wide movement towards efficiency, unless we build a market construct that moves us increasingly away from high fixed cost solutions to a construct that favours, smaller scale, more locally appropriate, lower fixed cost/higher variable cost solutions. Continue reading