Jan 30 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama's energy plan calls for increasing consumption of alternative fuels and decreasing reliance on oil. Analysts say that with oil prices now sharply off record highs above $147 a barrel hit in July, during the presidential campaign, the government may have to provide stronger subsidies to encourage private-sector investment in greener energy. [ID:nN30369896] Following is a list of some of Obama's energy proposals: Create 5 million new jobs by ...
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