Clean Energy Trends 2017: Corporate RE Commitments, Subnational Leadership, and Clean Energy Jobs
By Ron Pernick
As we move into 2017, and Donald Trump takes office in just a few short days, what does the future of clean energy look like in the U.S. and across the globe? Well, despite Trump’s rhetoric that “we dig coal,” wind and solar (along with natural gas) will…
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