Bloomberg Radio: Presidential energy plans long on contrast, short on specifics
August 11, 2016
By Bloomberg Business
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump touched briefly on his energy plan when he gave his tax policy speech to the Detroit Economic Club Monday. He reiterated his call to restore jobs in the coal industry and claimed his temporary moratorium on regulations would boost production by $100 billion a year. Trump offered few specifics, but his plan stands in stark contrast to Democrat Hillary Clinton’s proposals and their emphasis on renewable energy. Bloomberg’s Nathan Hager talked about this with Bloomberg New Energy Finance policy analyst Stephen Munro in the Bloomberg 99.1 Washington newsroom.
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