As the new President concludes his first hundred days in office, global regulators and industry experts are questioning how the U.S. power sector will respond to Trump’s America First Energy Plan, and whether it will achieve significant carbon reduction under an administration emphasizing low cost supply and domestic energy sources, specifically coal, shale oil and shale gas. Will the renewables sector continue to grow without government support?
How will natural gas demand shift as it competes against coal? Ultimately, will the U.S. power industry keep pace with the rest of the world in reducing overall carbon emissions? In this article, Yvonne Fuller, Kirsty Ingham, and Paola Carvajal at Arthur D. Little discuss Trump’s Energy Policy and the U.S. Power Market.