Energy Matters:Remaining Obstacles to Market Based Energy Solutions

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Energy Matters:Remaining Obstacles to Market-Based Energy Solutions

  • Description

    Jim Connaughton, Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Public and Environmental Policy for Constellation Energy and former Chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality from 2001-2009, asserts that despite gains made through market-based approaches to energy innovation, there is still a temptation by governments to mandate certain technologies that distort the market and ultimately create more expensive energy for customers.

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    jim connaughton , environment , energy matters , energy market

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