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The U.S. electric power sector is undergoing a significant transition with implications for the cost, reliability, and environmental impact of the nation’s electricity supply. Most importantly, natural gas and renewable energy are projected to comprise an increasing share of the generation mix due to economic trends and state and federal policies.
Yet there are a number of challenges that, if unaddressed, have the potential to raise the costs of this transition and impede improvements to reliability or the affordable delivery of cleaner energy resources. At the same time, this ongoing shift provides an opportunity to evaluate policies and institutional structures that can encourage electric system reliability and the cost-effective deployment of new technologies and infrastructure.