National Report on Policies SupportingCommunity Energy Plan Implementation
A review of the role that communities play in supporting energy objectives at the provincial and territorial level;
A review of provincial and territorial policy approaches that support CEP development and CEP implementation in Canadian communities;
Examples of how CEP implementation is helping provinces and territories achieve their energy objectives, and
An overview of how the effective approaches identified can be replicated by other provinces and territories.
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