Gas, renewable energy key to Obama plan

Tronche, John-Laurent
February 2009
Fort Worth Business Press;2/16/2009 Energy Report, Vol. 21, p6
The article focuses on the energy policies of U.S. President Barack Obama. The president is aiming to keep his campaign promises of reducing dependence on foreign oil imports while advocating increased financing for and the use of alternative energy resources. The American Recovery & Reinvestment Plan, launched on January 26, 2009, would create work for 460,000 people in doubling capacity for generating alternative energy in the next three years and improving efficiency in federal buildings.


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