Trump stokes fears for solar, wind, and fracking industries

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Trump stokes fears for solar, wind, and fracking industries

Donald Trump's energy policy confusion continues, as White House urges federal agencies to consider climate impacts

A Donald Trump victory in November's presidential election would likely spell bad news for the US wind, solar, and, more surprisingly, fracking industries. As the US presidential race continued to be...

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