January 02, 2024 | E&E News | 1 minute read

It’s officially an election year, which means politics — and the prospect of another White House showdown pitting President Joe Biden against former President Donald Trump — will influence just about everything in the energy and environmental arena between now and Election Day on November 5.

This year is “a political year,” Bracewell Policy Resolution Group Senior Principal Frank Maisano told E&E News. “The first half is the only time when you can get anything substantive done before — as [former House Energy and Commerce Chair] John Dingell always used to say — ‘The silly season kicks in.’”