Transportation is a very significant area. We should be facilitating electric vehicles and electric vehicle infrastructure, not just as a mode of transportation but also as a form of energy storage. Those batteries are in effect storage vehicles, so looking at optimizing vehicle fleets—buses, and particularly school buses—fits squarely within the context of exactly what you want. They're idle in the summer, so if they're electrified and have batteries, they could provide residual power when they're largely idle. They work in the morning, they work in the evening, and then they're idle for the bulk of the rest of the day. These are things we should really be enhancing in the near term.
Similarly, we should be looking to optimize building heating, ventilation, and cooling—not the elimination of a resource, not stranding assets, but optimizing the integration of gas and electricity in the building context, really avoiding dogma. Our mantra at the firm is ditch your dogma at the door and take a fact-based approach to getting to an outcome. We need to do that as a federal government, working in a co-operative relationship with provincial governments and in coordination with some of the best and brightest minds in industry in the country.