TODD SNITCHLER, PRESIDENT AND CEO, EPSA, FOR THE POST AND COURIER
A recent commentary on a regional electricity transmission group distorted how competitive energy markets operate and pointedly ignored benefits that could help all South Carolinians.
The writer of this column, “Why SC shouldn’t join a regional electricity transmission group,” neglected to inform readers that he is employed by Power for Tomorrow, a group funded by Dominion, the utility that acquired the infamous V.C. Summer nuclear project, and which continues to collect more than $9 billion from customers to pay for a plant that was never built.
Competitive markets supply clean, reliable and cost-effective energy to more than two-thirds of Americans. Markets incentivize power producers to find more efficient ways of operating every day, creating better outcomes for consumers . . .
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