Fostering Energy Competition Through Municipalization

Boulder, Colorado, voted for public power, but not for the usual reasons — i.e., better rates and more reliable service. They opted for democratic control of their power in order to advance the goal of becoming a carbon-neutral city. The article below, from the Huffington Post, discusses how municipalization (city ownership of the electric utility) can foster energy competition and encourage a decentralized, clean energy future:

Fostering Energy Competition Through Municipalization

The City of Boulder, Colorado.

Boulder, Colorado, is moving into the clean energy future, by taking control of their electric utility.

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