Cleaner energy, such as solar power, is what consumers want, say energy policy experts who gathered Thursday at the University of Southern Maine. The cost of renewables has been falling steadily, which won’t change under a Trump administration. “Yes, we’re going to see changes,” said Nathan Smith, head of a Massachusetts consulting firm. “But progress moves forward.”

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