'Ground to a halt.' State closures put clean energy on ice
The coronavirus pandemic has delayed sessions in at least half of state legislatures, threatening solar booms, grid overhauls and 100% clean energy plans.
President Trump may have pushed up the price of oil when he tweeted yesterday about a potential deal with Saudi Arabia and Russia, but he is expected to face a divided oil industry when he meets with executives today at the White House.
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