Trump and Musk’s unholy alliance

Simon Moores

Almost immediately after Donald Trump’s election as the 45th President of the United States, the political analysts and commentators were declaring the end of the country’s green energy movement and a return to the days of North American coal. There were many understandable, if

There were many understandable, if one dimensional, reasons to come to this conclusion, after all a cornerstone of the campaign was based on ripping shreds into wind energy and Trump doffing his miner’s hard hat at rallies in former coal and steel producing areas.

“At forty-dollar oil it . . .

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