America’s competitive electricity markets, coupled with sensible regulation, have helped ensure that the United States has abundant, reliable and affordable electricity. That system is today threatened by the Green New Deal and, more immediately, by actions that numerous states have taken. The result is a growing chasm between what consumers pay for electricity and what it should cost. Competitive markets are also important for gauging when new energy investments are needed. Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler has written a commentary for InsideSources about this topic here.
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