New study finds that with strategic tweaks to improve efficiency, wholesale electricity markets and a stable long-term price signal for reducing carbon emissions can facilitate reliable decarbonization.Read More
Today’s Competitive Electricity Markets Are a Strong Foundation for Tomorrow’s Grid
The latest report from Energy + Environmental Economics (E3), with partial funding and support from EPSA, is an important addition to the conversation and affirms several core EPSA principles: Wholesale electricity markets and competition bring tremendous value to consumers and the grid – and must be allowed to do so. to help deliver a sustainable, least cost energy transition.Read More
TRANSCRIPT: Energy Solutions Ep. 2: How Fast Can We Build a Cleaner Grid?
TRANSCRIPT: What will take to decarbonize the electric sector – and how fast we can get there without breaking the bank or the power grid? E3’s Arne Olson and CPV’s Tom Rumsey weigh in.Read More
Energy Solutions Ep. 2: How Fast Can We Build a Cleaner Electric Grid?
What will take to decarbonize the electric sector – and how fast we can get there without breaking the bank or the power grid? E3’s Arne Olson and CPV’s Tom Rumsey weigh in.Read More
A Carbon Price Can Reduce Power Gen Emissions and Save Billions: Unpacking E3’s New PJM Grid Report
Today’s energy policy patchwork could cost $3 billion/year. A new study from Energy + Environmental Economics (E3) shows the smarter path to decarbonize the power grid at the least cost – saving PJM region consumers $2.8 billion annually with more emissions savings and the benefits that come with regional competition.Read More
E3 Study: Least Cost Carbon Reductions for PJM Customers
E3 Study Shows PJM Region Can Cut Power Generation Emissions 28% With $2.8 Billion in Consumer Cost Savings Compared to Current State Policies.Read More