Biden’s energy transition might not run so smoothly after all

by 24, Nov, 2020Innovation0 comments

Following President Trump’s effective surrender of his three-week protest of the election results on Monday by submitting to the government’s official transition to the incoming Joe Biden administration, the time has come for the new administration to set new energy transition plans into motion – but the plan might have more spanners in the wheels than originally suspected.

Monday was a positive day for the U.S. and this article should start in the same tone. Trump bowed to a growing wave of public pressure and allowed for the transition to begin – but stopped short of conceding to President-elect Joe Biden.

Trump authorised the federal government to initiate the Biden transition late Monday, setting in motion a peaceful transfer of power by paving the way for the president-elect and his administration-in-waiting to tap public funds, receive security briefings, and gain access to federal agencies.

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