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ontario wants more trucks burning natural gas; won't ban it for home heating - in a heat pump

by:HICOOL     2019-09-02
ontario wants more trucks burning natural gas; won\'t ban it for home heating  -  in a heat pump
Costtoontario will spend up to $100 million to help gas suppliers build more gas stations and encourage more trucks to use fuel instead of diesel or gasoline.
Canadian media have learned that the move to expand gas for truck fuel will be part of the free government action plan on climate change, which will be released on Wednesday.
The trucking industry has some interest in switching to natural gas, but truckers want to see a province --
The network of gas stations is extensive.
Sources also said the action plan would not require a ban or phased implementation --
As mentioned, natural gas or any other fossil fuel is used for home heating.
Natural gas is used for heating more than three-
In several quarters of residential Ontario, critics warn that phasing out will increase everyone's energy costs.
Provincial experts believe that natural gas prices are steadily rising as the government is pricing carbon and will ultimately prompt homeowners and builders to find cheaper, cleaner alternatives, so, they see no need to ban fossil fuels for home heating.
Sources say when homeowners are ready to install things like geo-
Heat or heat pump system and point out that no one is talking about going back to the old-
Electric base plate heater of old style.
The idea, they say, is to give consumers a choice, not to force them to make changes, and when homeowners themselves decide to switch to cleaner alternatives, the Liberals are prepared for financial support.
The province has announced a climate change action plan that will include $100 million to help municipalities recover methane from landfill sites, green boxes, feces and sewage treatment plants and convert it into methane
Called renewable natural gas.
The plan will also include $0. 9 billion to transform social housing and apartment buildings such as energy.
Efficient windows and insulation materials on pipes.
An upper limit will be implemented in Ontarioand-
As another part of the climate change plan, the greenhouse gas emissions trading system is expected to add about $5 per month to the household heating bill, about $4.
Gasoline costs 3 cents per liter.
The Liberal government wants to raise $1.
Join cap 9 billion a yearand-
Trade plans with California and Quebec, which will allow industrial polluters to purchase additional emissions when necessary, or to sell emissions that they do not use.
The government has committed all of this funding to initiatives that will help individuals, companies and municipalities adapt to new clean technologies that will reduce their carbon footprint.
Ontario aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 15% per cent by 1990 from 2020 levels, by 37% per cent in 2030 and by 80% per cent in 2050.
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