Biden energy plan would not end fracking but could boost infrastructure, renewable stocks

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Some of Joe Biden's energy policies may not be much different than President Donald Trump's, but if Democrats win big in November, the use of renewable fuels and curbs on carbon emissions could make a noticeable impact on the energy landscape.

To make sweeping changes, Biden would need a Democratic majority in the Senate. He would then be more likely to win a big infrastructure package that would encourage energy efficiency and renewables, but analysts do not expect him to halt traditional energy production. 

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