Cost inefficiencies, technology conflicts could hinder US clean energy standard -stakeholders

Published 21:51 on October 3, 2019  /  Last updated at 23:19 on October 3, 2019  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

A proposed federal clean energy standard could help promote renewable generation build-out in the US, but could also create technology conflicts and market inefficiencies if state-led policies set more ambitious goals, panelists said at the Environmental Markets Association (EMA) conference Thursday.

A proposed federal clean energy standard could help promote renewable generation build-out in the US, but could also create technology conflicts and market inefficiencies if state-led policies set more ambitious goals, panelists said at the Environmental Markets Association (EMA) conference Thursday.

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