The White House outlined a sweeping plan this weekend to double clean energy research spending over five years as part of a global effort to fight climate change.
The massive proposal — which involves 12 federal agencies and envisions a 20 percent increase in energy research and development in the president’s coming budget — is meant to be the meat on the bones of the “Mission Innovation” initiative launched at last year’s climate talks in Paris.
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