An Expensive Decade: US Power Sector Spending Through 2020 and the Impacts on Retail Rates
The US power sector faces the possibility of committing almost $828 billion to a wide range of capital investments and expenses between 2012 and 2020. Although this represents a growth opportunity for the industry, it will also lead to continued retail rate increases—averaging a total of 8% nationwide by the end of the decade, with wide variations among regions. IHS CERA’s analysis shows that no single investment need or policy, such as renewable energy development or air pollution retrofits,...
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