Competitive Markets and Clean Energy Goals: Theory vs. Practice
Paul discusses the challenges associated with competitive markets and pursuing clean energy goals
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Date : December 1, 2016


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Competitive markets are characterized by having many market participants buying and selling a particular product or service, with no one participant advantaged over another except through innovation or time to market. With limited exceptions, electricity in the United States is bought and sold in wholesale markets where electricity is offered for sale by generators at a bid price, and markets clear at the price that matches demand for electricity with supplies offered. Download the PDF above to read the full article as it appeared in Natural Gas & Electricity.

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