President Bush allocates $1.2 billion to hydrogen fuel research. Friends and foes of a proposed national energy plan rally support in the wake of President Bush’s call to approve the policy, aimed at reducing U.S. dependence on foreign oil. "Auto makers commend President Bush’s dedication to forging a government-industry partnership to develop fuel cells," says Josephine S. Cooper, president and CEO of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers. The biggest hurdle, Cooper says, is ...
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