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Canadian tax incentives for using energy efficient and alternative renewable resources

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Munroe, V.G. ; ITR Industrial Programs Div., Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, Ont.

This panel presentation discusses the development of the Canadian renewable conservation expenses (CRCE) as a category of fully deductible expenditures, including the test wind turbines. This category is associated with the start-up of renewable energy and energy conservation projects for which at least 50% of the capital costs of the property that would be described in Class 43.1

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Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2006. IEEE

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