A United Conservative Government Will Make Energy More Affordable By:
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For decades, Alberta’s competitive market for electricity kept prices low and encouraged investment, including market-financed green power.
The NDP government has made costly, and unnecessary changes to the system worth billions of dollars and which Alberta’s electricity consumers are only just beginning to see the costs of due to this ideological approach.
Before the NDP, a market-friendly electricity system brought $20 billion in investment dollars to Alberta to build 10,000 megawatts of new power since 1996, including 1,727 megawatts of market-based green energy without subsidies. In the future, EDC Associates estimates that a market-driven approach to renewables will add 1,566 megawatts of renewable power through 2030, without the need for any new taxpayer or consumer subsidies.