Deregulated electricity markets don’t support a viable energy transition

By Milton Caplan In the early 1990s, deregulating electricity generation seemed like a good idea. Led by the UK, many markets rushed to dismantle their vertically integrated electric utilities with the goal of creating competition to benefit their customers, the electricity using public. The view was that utilities had become fat and lazy and since they were mostly able to pass on their costs..

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