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As many of Wall Street's biggest banks commit to buying 100% renewable energy to power their global operations, their decision to invest in renewables internally may be guided by a strategy aimed at accommodating the demands of the sector longer-term.

2. Clean Power Plan repeal seen as unlikely to diminish demand for low-cost gas

The gas industry appears unfazed by the Trump administration's efforts to repeal the previous White House's Clean Power Plan, emphasizing that the fuel's increased role in the power sector stems from market forces and not the Obama-era emissions rule.

3. Power industry sees little or no impact from Clean Power Plan repeal

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan is much ado about nothing, according to power industry insiders who have long been planning for a cleaner energy future regardless of regulatory actions in Washington, D.C.

4. 'Aggressive' move to boost coal adds to effort to dismantle Obama energy legacy

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