Ben Zycher Senate Finance Testimony 3/27/2012

Ben Zycher Senate Finance Testimony 3/27/2012

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Renewable power provides only a small proportion of electric power in the U.S., and official projections are for slow growth at most. This market resistance to investment in renewable generation capacity can be explained by the  problems intrinsic to renewable power---that is, the inherent limitations on its competitiveness---that public policies can circumvent or neutralize only at very substantial expense. These problems uniformly yield high costs and low reliability for renewable power.

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