U.S. Climate Policy
We are also looking at ways we can apply our learnings and create opportunities for U.S. consumers and businesses to reduce emissions. We believe climate legislation should be designed both to help consumers make better choices and to stabilize greenhouse gas emissions. In other words, it should help people save money and also live better lives.
To this end, we believe a well-designed cap-and-trade system will foster the competition, innovation, and business-to-business and business-to-consumer transactions that will result in low-cost emission reductions and the creation of new "green" jobs. We anticipate that a new, increased demand for clean energy and energy-saving technologies and services will be good for our customers and good for America.