I could not agree more. Incentives are absolutely critical, if you look at the amount of change that's required, based on what we're hearing from the IPCC. The targets I'm talking about here are not science-based. They are based on what the companies are setting within their means and the return on investment that make sense for them. Any incentives provided allow those payback periods to come down over time.
The save ON energy program provided by the IESO in Ontario is one example of a program that is used often and shared through programs like this, so that businesses know how to participate. It's a wonderful program to allow them to take on projects they might not otherwise take on. We need so much—exponentially—more to engage the private sector, to the point that we need them involved to get to the science-based targets that we know we need.
My answer is a resounding yes, a hundred times.