Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Edmonton Journal 8 hrs · The dollar value on the rebate depends on which upgrade homeowners choose and how much it costs. The maximum rebate is $3,500 for insulation and that money will be delivered directly to the homeowner.------Julie Ali Such a waste of public dollars. And let us not forget the so called climate leadership plan that reduces carbon emissions magically while returning the carbon levy to most of the citizens. So bizarre that anyone believes this junk.---------

The dollar value on the rebate depends on which upgrade homeowners choose and how much it costs. The maximum rebate is $3,500 for insulation and that money will be delivered directly to the homeowner.
Energy efficiency upgrades to your home just got a little bit cheaper in Alberta.
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Julie Ali Such a waste of public dollars. And let us not forget the so called climate leadership plan that reduces carbon emissions magically while returning the carbon levy to most of the citizens. So bizarre that anyone believes this junk.
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Tyler Marr That's right Peter McClure. Our tax dollars being used only for the people who can afford the renovations. It's money from the poor that subsidizes the rich yet again!!!!
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Noel Gomes Just when I thought that maybe they finally had a good idea, they implement rules that are not beneficial to someone who wants to do the work themselves. I would love to make my home more efficient but cannot afford a contractor. Very disappointed.
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