Whether or not you agreed with the top-down, government-centric, executive-level strategy of the Obama administration -- it was, arguably, America's only federal political path forward on decarbonization.

President-elect Donald Trump plans to rip up that path as soon as he enters the White House. So how and where will he create a new one?

This week, we’re trying to figure out what Trump's win means for the energy industry broadly -- and what it means for the business of clean energy specifically.

We fielded many questions from our listeners on Twitter yesterday. They asked about the Paris climate deal, domestic carbon regulations, renewable energy tax credits, coming legislation, and the role of states. So we’re going to break from our traditional format and try to address as many of them as possible.

This podcast is sponsored by Mission Solar Energy, a producer of American-made solar cells and modules. 

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