The Trump administration’s fiscal year 2019 budget might never become law, but it’s a declaration of intent and it would reshuffle priorities at the Energy Department, boosting outlays on nuclear security and slashing spending on renewables and energy efficiency. Overall, the administration is asking Congress for $30.6 billion for the Energy Department, a 1.3 percent […]
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