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UPDATE 1-In Trump’s first year, U.S. agency doubles solar investments abroad [Reuters]

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PDF In Trump's first year, U.S. agency doubles solar investments abroad | Reuters 7 Min Read LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The United States government doubled its financial support for solar power projects overseas during President Donald Trump’s first year in office under a climate-friendly investment policy inherited from the Obama administration, according to a Reuters review of government documents. The growing U.S. support for foreign solar projects comes despite an ongoing federal investigation into past U.S. solar loans abroad. It also deepens confusion about Trump’s position on government support for renewable energy as his administration downplays the global warming threat and aggressively promotes fossil-fuel development. The Overseas Private Investment Corporation, the government’s international finance institution, loaned more than $630 million to foreign energy projects in 2017, 90 percent of which were solar, wind, or other low-carbon ventures, according to the investment documen [Read more]

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