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Grading 2016 U.S. Presidential Candidates on Renewable Energy Policies

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Renewable energy is a particularly hot issue in this year’s presidential election. At the end of 2015, the U.S. joined 195 other nations in signing a UN agreement that committed to an aggressive climate change reduction strategy. Additionally, the Obama Administration is now in the process of defending its much-discussed Clean Power Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Congress also extended solar and wind tax credits and lifted the U.S. oil export ban in the 2016 spending bill – two controversial policies for today’s candidates with their eye on the presidency.
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Solar Energy News: GOP Has First Clean Energy Super PAC, ITC Extension Will Reduce Emissions by 1,400M Tons

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The sun is shining on the U.S. solar industry this week. A major Republican initiative for clean energy, the lowest PPA price ever seen for solar, and solar outpacing natural gas in 2015 are the key headlines from this week’s Solar Energy News.

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