A plan, called the Clean Energy Saving for All Initiative, was announced. It is set to bring at least one gigawatt of solar to low and moderate income families by 2020.
However, the Republican nominee for President, Donald Trump, much prefers fossil fuels to clean energy and plans to appoint someone from the fracking and oil industries to the energy secretary position. This would likely cancel out the new plan initiated by President Obama, due to the objection to the plan that would be shown by the members of Trump’s possible cabinet.
For those of us in favor of alternative energy, we can only hope that we get the best outcome possible from this election to boosts alternative energy usage.