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Why Going Local Makes Sense For The Clean Energy Transition

Originally published at ilsr.org. This is a response to a Forbes commentary published in May, by Steve Cicala In his commentary, Steve Cicala fell into a common trap for economists analyzing the electricity system. Touting what economics calls competitive advantage, Mr Cicala suggests we pursue the lowest price by taking cheap solar electricity from the Southwest, [&hellip Why Going Local Makes Sense For The Clean Energy Transition was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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