pembina institute

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If wind and solar power are “cheaper” than conventional generation, then there would be no need for subsidies.


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In the 20th century, much of the divide in politics and policy was over how best to create jobs, incomes and keep people from starving—how to create opportunity as part of the good life. Those on the “left” argued for state intervention and often outright state ownership; those on the “right” pointed to open markets and other elements of capitalism as the superior route to avoiding poorer populations.