With high gas prices, turmoil in the petroleum-rich Middle East and partisan bickering in Congress over energy legislation, a study funded by General Motors Corp. cites wide support for a “moon shot” effort to develop a hydrogen economy. The survey finds reducing dependence on foreign oil is a top priority for Americans, who give much less credit to domestic auto makers vs. their Japanese counterparts when it comes to meeting that challenge. Elizabeth Lowery Of the 1,004 adults ...
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