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Clean Air Markets

Retail Price Model

The Retail Price Model is a tool to estimate potential changes in average retail electricity prices – under both competitive and regulated market structures – by combining EPA’s power sector projections with assumptions from the Energy Information Administration.  The links below provide documentation of the model and a sample calculation workbook, which facilitates estimation of potential changes in both regional- and state-level retail electricity rates.  If you have any questions, please contact us using our online form.

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