Donald J. Kochan writes in The Richmond Times-Dispatch on the merits of harnessing market wisdom for lower-cost electricity.
- Competition and consumer choice are central to delivering better products to people, including cleaner, more affordable energy.
- In some parts of the country, government-protected monopolies in the electricity market inhibit competition, limiting choices for American families and businesses.
- Electricity suppliers in competitive markets have the incentive to provide a product their customers want. Thus, consumers have benefitted from more choice and more affordable rates.
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