ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION COMPETITION COALITION
Electricity Transmission Project Competition Is Essential
The Electricity Transmission Competition Coalition is committed to increasing competition in America’s electricity transmission infrastructure to meet the United States’ net-zero carbon emission goals while providing savings to ratepayers.
Electricity transmission competition has support from the Biden Administration, as well as Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle. ETCC represents a diverse group of more than 85 companies and organizations from 48 states that all advocate for increased competition.
/ KEY FINDINGS
Competition Cuts Costs
/ WIDE SUPPORT
What People Are Saying
State commissions, federal agencies, trade associations, consumer groups, lawmakers, and environmental advocates agree that transmission competition is needed to ensure the creation of cost-effective and efficient transmission projects.
News & Resources
Report: FERC’s $277 Billion Electricity Price Hike
November 28, 2023
The Electricity Transmission Competition Coalition (ETCC) released a new report, FERC’s $277 Billion Electricity Price Hike, which includes the most comprehensive assemblage of consumer opinion research about their views on electricity transmission competition – and the impact on American families and business.
Broad Coalition of Consumer Groups Prevent Anti-Consumer Transmission Competition ROFR Bills from Advancing in Wisconsin
November 16, 2023
The Electricity Transmission Competition Coalition (ETCC) welcomed the decision by the Wisconsin Assembly and Senate to not take action on AB 470 or SB 481, two anti-consumer Right of First Refusal (ROFR) bills.
Electricity Price Inflation Increases - Consumer Price Index is Flat
November 14, 2023
Today’s inflation data release by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics confirms that electricity prices continue to rise causing harm to households and businesses. Electricity prices have far outpaced other energy commodities, which continued their steep declines over the past year.