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Québec budgets $6.7 billion for emissions reduction and electrification adoption
Québec’s “plan for a green economy” includes funding for EV purchase rebates, transit electrification, EV battery recycling programs, and flood impact mitigation
The government of Québec unveiled its 2020-2021 provincial budget Tuesday, which will commit $6.7 billion of funding over the next six years to a number of initiatives designed to combat the climate crisis and encourage the continued electrification of transportation.
The new funding, $322 million of which will be spent in 2020, constitutes part of the province’s “plan for a green economy” (PGE). According to Québec’s Minister of Finance, Eric Girard, the PGE is designed to reduce Québec’s greenhouse gas emissions by 37.5 per cent below the level they were at in 1990 by 2030, and by 80 to 95 per cent below that level by 2050.
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