Charles Hernick of CRES writes for Power on the benefits of energy competition.
- Today, 75% of households are served by a utility that has a carbon or emissions reduction goal.
- Competition in electricity markets has saved customers money and has allowed climate goals to become more mainstream as utilities are forced to respond to consumer demands.
- As the demand for clean and reliable energy continues to grow, greater competition will prove to be beneficial for our environment and our economy.
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