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EPSA has embraced the Green Buyer community within REBA and is actively working within the PJM region to leverage the investments of these green buyers in new generation technologies to address climate change and resource adequacy/reliability. Other Generator Associations across the Nation should look to EPSA for their foresight and leadership by reaching out to the Green Buyers as investors in zero emissions generating technologies needed to cut emissions, including nuclear power.

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Matt Chester on Jul 26, 2021

Customers should have the right to choose their energy mix; and properly constructed competitive power markets allow all customers to choose the products and services they desire while investment risk remains with resource developers and operators.

This is definitely an important principle that I agree with in theory, but are there risks involved? It says the risks should be on the resource developers/operators, but I'm wondering if there are choices that can be made in aggregate by customers that aren't planned for and strain the grid in a certain way? 

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