Dem. Presidential Candidates’ Anti-Gas Platforms Leave Grid Questions Unanswered
Ahead of tonight’s third Democratic presidential debate in Houston, the energy capital of the world, EID is taking a deeper dive into several candidates’ climate plans and their potential impacts on America’s power grid.
Top tier contenders including Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Kamala Harris have laid out plans to achieve a net-zero carbon economy from 2030 to 2050, excluding natural gas from their plans – a fuel source that has been credited with reducing 50 percent more U.S. emissions than wind or solar combined since 2005.
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