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Policy makers and regulators around the country are trying to figure out how to rapidly decarbonize the electricity sector. There are debates about what renewable goals states should have, by when, what should count as clean energy, and how much energy efficiency states should invest in.
These debates overlook the most important tool we can rely on to achieve our clean-energy goals: markets and price signals. Electricity markets have not yet invested enough in resources that could avoid emissions because we have not indicated, through a clear price signal, that we value avoiding emissions.
Read more at the Wall Street Journal: States Don’t Have to Wait for Congress to Put a Price on Carbon