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Unlikely alliance: NC WARN, Locke Foundation take on Duke Energy, electricity reforms — News & Observer

What would inspire a prominent free-market nonprofit and an assertive environmental nonprofit to join forces in a very public way? Mutual concern over policies that keep the cost of a basic household necessity higher than it ought to be – not a luxury good, but something no family should be without.

NC WARN and the John Locke Foundation Team Up For Electricity Competition — WUNC

The State of Things host Frank Stasio talks with Jim Warren, NC WARN's executive director, and Jon Sanders, the John Locke Foundation's director of regulatory studies, about the two groups' public forum calling for increased competition in the power industry and challenging Duke Energy's monopoly on electricity in the state.

Strange Bedfellows

NC WARN and the conservative John Locke Foundation agree that increased competition in the North Carolina electricity market would help customers benefit from the rapid changes occurring in the U.S. electricity marketplace. The groups are sponsoring two public forums. Read more and watch videos of the forums. Read our news release about the collaboration. Read the Locke Foundation news release. NC WARN and John Locke on The State of Things Read an op-ed by the two groups in the News & Observer

Strange Bedfellows to Call for Electricity Competition — News Release from NC WARN

In a state where economic, energy and environmental concerns grow more intensely intertwined, the assertive environmental nonprofit group NC WARN is working with the conservative nonprofit John Locke Foundation to sponsor two public forums calling for increased competition in the electricity market.
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