By Matthew Robinson and Richard Valdmanis NEW YORK, Jan 29 (Reuters) - A slide in oil prices may be good for consumers battered by the U.S. economic slowdown, but it could pose a challenge for President Barack Obama's ambitious plan to revolutionize America's energy use. Obama's plan -- outlined during the campaign last year when oil prices hit a record $147 a barrel -- calls for doubling U.S. alternative energy use within three years while easing reliance on foreign oil. (To see a ...
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