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An affordable clean energy future rests increasingly with the advancement of competitive markets and consumer choice. Voluntary clean-energy procurement by corporate leaders marks a refreshing intersection of conservative and green agendas. Enabling consumers, both big and small, to pursue their preferences requires policies that allow consumers to choose their electricity supplier. Such policies also provide for better opportunities to facilitate distributed generation, as many customers prefer to provide some or all their electric needs.
Please join the R Street Institute for a panel discussion on recent developments in clean-energy procurement and what policy reforms will unleash the power of competitive forces to the benefit of consumers and the environment.
**Michelle Patron, Director of Sustainability Policy at Microsoft
**Dylan Reed, Federal and State Policy Analyst with Advanced Energy Economy
**Devin Hartman, Electricity Policy Manager and Senior Fellow with the R Street Institute
**Frank Caliva, Senior Spokesman with the American Coalition of Competitive Energy Suppliers (ACCES)
**Charles Hernick, Director of Policy and Advocacy with Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (Moderator)
R Street Institute
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