A Smart, Price-Based Energy Policy
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Energy policy in the United States is fatally flawed both in the process by which problems are identified and in the solutions that are chosen. It relies too heavily on subsidies, tax credits, grants, and mandates, when what is needed are price-based policies that encourage technological innovation and will achieve the goals of keeping energy reasonably cheap, but also reasonably clean and secure.
cheap, clean, and secure energy
real costs of fossil fuels
- The Takeaway 
Griffin, James M. (2017). A Smart, Price-Based Energy Policy. Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics & Public Policy. Available electronically from