LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Guinn Center is releasing a report, “Restructuring the Electricity Market in Nevada? Possibilities, Prospects, and Pitfalls,” that summarizes and evaluates the primary arguments for and against the passage of Question 3: The Energy Choice Initiative.
We are hosting members of the media in advance of our report release to review the report and companion voter guide. The session will include an advance copy of the report (embargoed until Thursday at 1:00 p.m. PDT). The report’s lead author, Meredith A. Levine, Director of Economic Policy, will be available to answer any questions.
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Call-in option available
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In compiling the technical report, the Guinn Center conducted an extensive review of existing federal energy data and more than two dozen interviews with energy industry experts around the country, and reviewed research documenting the experiences of other states that restructured their electricity markets. Key findings discussed in the report include rate behavior, renewable energy, consumer impact, and implementation as learned by exploring comparative and historical data from other states’ transitions to a restructured electricity market.
The Guinn Center is a nonprofit, bipartisan policy institute that delivers independent, fact-based, and well-reasoned analysis of critical policy issues facing Nevada and the region.
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