Haas School of Business report finds Californians pay up to triple for cost of producing electricity

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High energy costs often come as a result of energy providers having to cover fixed costs for electricity. These fixed costs include rooftop solar, which could lead to consumers having hesitations about using nontraditional, decarbonization energy methods.

A report published Tuesday from the Energy Institute at Haas found that Californians pay up to triple for what it costs to produce electricity.
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