Benjamin Zycher makes the case for competition in power markets in National Review.
- Competitive markets give consumers a choice in who provides them with power, which increases competition and often leads to lower prices.
- Open power markets have also been shown to be less emissions-heavy than regulated energy markets.
- Competitive energy markets benefit consumers and the environment alike. As more and more states set emissions reduction goals, they should turn to deregulated energy markets to get there.
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