A carbon price of $10 per metric ton reduces employment in the regulated region by 2.7 percent, and raises employment in nearby states by 0.8 percent; the effects on output and profits are broadly similar. Adding a carbon price to electricity rates is bad for businesses and consumers in local communities. There are better options for States to incentivize clean renewable energy.
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