Almost immediately after Donald Trump’s election as the 45th President of the United States, the political analysts and commentators were declaring the end of the country’s green energy movement and a return to the days of North American coal. There were many understandable, if
There were many understandable, if one dimensional, reasons to come to this conclusion, after all a cornerstone of the campaign was based on ripping shreds into wind energy and Trump doffing his miner’s hard hat at rallies in former coal and steel producing areas.
“At forty-dollar oil . . .
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