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New report with ex-Clinton official suggests shale oil could be good for renewables

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A new global energy panel led in part by former President Bill Clinton’s energy chief suggests that the shale oil revolution has primed the U.S. to win the renewable energy race. 

“The US is well positioned in the clean energy race: US companies hold strong positions in new technologies, including robotics, artificial intelligence, and electric vehicles,” the International Renewable Energy Agency’s Global Commission on the Geopolitics of Energy Transformation said Friday in its first report. 

The new commission, partly funded by the U.S. government, was established last January, after decades in the works, with the goal of producing a report on the impact of renewable energy on global influence and geopolitics.

Bill Richardson, who served as Clinton’s energy secretary from 1998 to 2000, is the only representative from the U.S. on the geopolitics commission.:snip:


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