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Beyond Subsidies: Liberals and Conservatives Unite Over Electricity Market Redesign

Something feels different. In the last two years, there’s been a material shift in the way renewable energy and other distributed resources are discussed. For so long, believers in wind, solar, batteries and microgrids have focused on targeted government support. But direct subsidies and mandates are diminishing in importance. One example: Utility-scale solar in the U.S.
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