Chris Barnard writes for The American Institute for Economic Freedom about the economic and environmental benefits of competitive energy markets.
- A recent Morning Consult poll has found that 76% of U.S. adults are in favor of competitive energy markets.
- Deregulated energy markets, which allow for consumer choice, have been shown to be less carbon-emitting than more regulated energy markets.
- With robust public support and vast environmental and economic benefits, policymakers should look for more ways to increase competition among energy markets.
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