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Power lines run out of the the Hydro One Claireville Transfer Station in Vaughan, Ontario Monday March 9, 2015. (Tim Fraser For The Globe and Mail)
Power lines run out of the the Hydro One Claireville Transfer Station in Vaughan, Ontario Monday March 9, 2015. (Tim Fraser For The Globe and Mail)

Emera pursues clean-energy exports despite Trump’s pro-coal stance Add to ...

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Emera Inc. is proceeding with its strategy to export low-carbon energy to the United States, even as President Donald Trump stands poised to roll back Obama administration climate-change policies.

Despite a change in direction in Washington, there is a strong business case for Canadian clean power exports, and for capital spending at its American utilities to move away from coal-based electricity to natural gas and renewables, Emera chief executive Chris Huskilson said in an interview.

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