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At the heart of a strategy is a framework that will offer reliable contracts, administered through delivery arrangements that are trusted by investors, to achieve the diverse portfolio of generation needed to meet goals as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. Broadly this approach consists of four parts: (1) long-term contracts for both low-carbon energy and capacity; (2) institutional arrangements to support this contracting approach; (3) continued grandfathering, supporting the principle of no retrospective change to low-carbon policy incentives, within a clear and rational planning cycle; and (4) ensuring a liquid market that allows existing energy companies and new entrants to compete on fair terms. Full Document

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