Analysts Urge Biden To Be Selective In Clean Energy Economic Contests

May 26, 2021
The Biden administration should be selective as it tries to reap the economic benefits of a global shift to low-carbon technologies, according to energy analysts, arguing the United States must identify areas where it has a competitive edge for domestic production while accepting some level of reliance on international trade. Such arguments partially cut against the administration’s message that leaning into climate mitigation policy will spur a large economic boost by encouraging American manufacturing in the clean energy sector, and...

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