October 29, 2020 | Utility Dive | 1 minute read

In a deep dive look at the US Department of Energy post-2020 election, Bracewell’s Policy Resolution Group Senior Principal Frank Maisano told Utility Dive that the DOE “has a general mission that seems pretty consistent regardless of who takes charge.”

A Joe Biden presidential election victory could usher in policy changes at the DOE with a greater focus on renewable energy and transparency, while a second term for President Donald Trump likely means efforts to deregulate industry and a continued support of fossil fuels, experts say. But just how much would change with a Biden win remains unclear.

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