Obama Vows Energy Will Be 'Top Priority' In 2011

September 2010
Energy Daily;9/30/2010, Issue 187, p2
The article considers the pledge of U.S. President Barack Obama that he will prioritize the reduction of the country's dependence on fossil fuels in 2011. In an interview with the magazine "Rolling Stone," Obama revealed his plans to pass separate legislative bills supporting his clean energy scheme. He added that his administration has made significant development in terms of meeting renewable energy objectives such as higher automobile fuel economy standards.


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