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Clinton vs. Trump: How Will Next President Affect Energy Sector, Carbon Emissions?

Clinton vs. Trump: How Will Next President Affect Energy Sector, Carbon Emissions?

US carbon emissions would be 16 percent higher — or 3.4 billion tons more — after two terms of a Trump presidency than they would after two terms of Hillary Clinton, according to Lux Research.

Presidential Candidates and Climate Change: What Energy Pros Can Expect

Presidential Candidates and Climate Change: What Energy Pros Can Expect

If New York is a precursor of things to come, then it may be that Democrat Hillary Clinton will be competing against Republican Donald Trump for the office of US presidency. Lots of differences between the two but one of the starkest is that of climate change and whether human-kind … Read more »

High Presidential Stakes Causes Coal Rhetoric to Heat Up

High Presidential Stakes Causes Coal Rhetoric to Heat Up

The road to an energy policy may be blocked by politics — the presidential race in which the stakes are so high that candidates’ comments are contorted to suit the needs of the would-be officeholders or the causes they support. But does Hillary Clinton deserve scrutiny for her remarks that … Read more »

American Energy Policy Over Time Favors Renewables. But Natural Gas is the Immediate Winner

When Hillary Clinton commented that coal was losing its position in the American energy portfolio, she was exactly right. It is losing its status as the pinnacle of national energy policy — a fact reinforced by the latest data to come out US Energy Information Administration. Just what is this … Read more »