As surging coronavirus cases prompt leaders to cancel a November legislative session, solar developers and advocates fear irreparable harm to the industry.
Voters could flip legislatures in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina, potentially opening the door to more aggressive climate policy.
Minnesota candidates haven’t pressed climate or clean energy despite rising temperatures and voter interest.
Any changes in the wake of the alleged $60 million Householder conspiracy will ultimately depend on voters, advocates say.
Unions representing coal, nuclear and renewable workers, as well as engineers, ironworkers and janitors, put their weight behind a new energy bill.