New report provides 21 case studies of market rules that thwart new
technologies — some that have been corrected, many that still stand in the way
of technology-neutral competition on price and performance
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 23, 2019 — Wholesale electricity markets should be technology-neutral, allowing all resources to compete on price and performance. Many market rules are outdated, however, having been designed with older technologies in mind. Such rules can prevent new technologies from selling their services on the open market, which stifles innovation and keeps our electricity system from being modernized for higher performance.