While the prices of most sources of electricity have plummeted over the past decade, electricity prices are still too high for many Americans, especially the poor. One in five households goes without heat or air conditioning in order to be warm in the winter or cool in the summer. The often-hidden costs of renewable power are contributing to these hardships and must be addressed before the situation becomes worse. Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler has written a commentary for InsideSources about this topic here.
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