Todd Snitchler writes in The Washington Times about the role that competition can play in driving America’s energy transition.
- Competitive electricity markets have been shown to lower prices, increase reliability, and drive innovation.
- Government-mandated energy strategies have failed to deliver climate progress and have hurt consumers.
- As economies look to increase their share of low-carbon energy sources, governments should unleash competitive power markets and allow the private sector to drive innovation.
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