Competition and Choice in Electricity Markets

April 27, 2022

Since the 1990’s roughly two-thirds of the nation has joined competitive wholesale markets. Some states went further in disbanding monopolies and adopting competitive generation and retail supply. This webinar examines the state of competitive electricity markets and their potential role in the future of reliability and affordability.

Opening Remarks from: Todd Snitchler, President and CEO, EPSA
Devin Hartman
Energy & Environmental Policy
R Street Institute
Amanda Frazier
Senior Vice President,
Regulatory Policy
Vistra Corporation
Lynne Kiesling
Research Professor & Co-Director
IRLE, University of
Colorado Denver
Pat Wood
Chief Executive Officer
Hunt Energy Network

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