By Gelu Sulugiuc NEW YORK, May 27 (Reuters) - With fuel prices at record levels, U.S. consumers are once again turning their attention to more efficient cars, companies are investing in renewable energy and government programs are encouraging conservation. The trend mimics the 1970s, when record high oil prices led Americans to trade in their gas guzzlers for smaller foreign cars -- but this time the move is more high-tech. The biggest advances in the renewable fuels revolution are ...
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