Clinton or Trump – Will the US go green or black?

This Tuesday, the US will elect a new president, and regardless of whether Trump or Clinton emerges victorious the new leader will have a major impact on the country's energy policy and European export opportunities, while the outcome will affect Danish companies.

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This Tuesday, US voters will head to the booths to decide who will take over for President Obama and move into the White House.

The election is in every way the most remarkable in decades – if not ever – in US politics.

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