CEA’s Tommy Foltz discussed the importance of protecting Oklahoma consumers from cost shifting as we transition to decentralized electricity transmission.

U.S. energy markets, including those in Oklahoma, are in the midst of a massive, forever-changing transformation. Our one-time historical reliance on large, centrally located coal-fired power plants has gradually shifted toward the growing demand for natural gas, renewables and distributed generation. Predictably, this transition presents both opportunities and challenges – not just in economics and infrastructure, but in electricity policy.

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