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
Electricity Transmission Competition Coalition Applauds Pending Minnesota Legislation to Eliminate Anti-Competitive Law
February 14, 2024
The Electricity Transmission Competition Coalition (ETCC) released the following statement in support of Minnesota legislation to eliminate its anti-competitive law.
Electricity Inflation Tops Monthly CPI by 400% Driven by Spiraling Transmission Rate Increases
February 13, 2024
Utility Report Fails to Debunk Transmission Competition Benefits
February 1, 2024
In comments filed with FERC, ETCC responded to the incumbent utility-spearheaded coalition Developers Advocating Transmission Advancements (DATA) – to set the record straight about their misleading claims and to urge FERC to disregard the utilities’ unverified and authorless white paper entirely.