Josiah Neeley writes about competitive electricity markets in Reason.
- A recent New York Times article claims that deregulated energy markets lead to higher costs for consumers.
- Competitive electricity markets allow consumers to pick their power provider, which often leads to lower utility costs.
- Competitive electricity markets have also been linked to increased clean power generation.
- State-level regulators should look for ways to increase competition in their power markets to lower costs for consumers.
Read the full article here.