Election 2020, Now What?

Deck: 

Energy and Utilities’ Priorities

Fortnightly Magazine - December 2020
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The elections that took place all around the country four weeks ago will have an extraordinary effect on economic, equality, health care, national security, tax, public safety, and immigration policies. Or not. Time will tell. 

Though there's no need to wait to see what the election's effect shall be on energy and utilities policies. Because the Public Utilities Fortnightly team asked some of the most respected thought leaders of our industry to tell us what's the nation's agenda in our field now that we're past the politicking (well, mostly). 

First, we offer you the thinking of the National Conference of State Legislatures on what the heck happened at the polls. Following that conversation, we then offer you the election essays by these experts, on the post-politicking priorities in energy and utilities.
 

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