Brendan Haley is Efficiency Canada’s policy director. He has a PhD in Public Policy from Carleton University, and was a Banting post-doctoral fellow at Dalhousie University.

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Canadians can unite behind energy efficiency

Climate and energy policy news is filled with talk of regional tensions over pipelines and carbon taxes. These policy debates become regional ones because certain provinces are rich in particular resources, such as oil and …

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Making federalism work for energy efficiency

Energy efficiency figures prominently in proposals for how to recover from COVID-19’s economic impacts and in plans for achieving net-zero emissions. The International Energy Agency, Green New Deal proposals in the United States, the European …

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Using carbon pricing revenues effectively

Federal plans require all Canadian provinces to have a carbon pricing regime by 2018 (through either cap-and-trade or a carbon tax). This means provinces will have access to carbon pricing revenues, and many provinces will …

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