PARIS, April 28 (Reuters) - The United States sought international backing on Monday for a plan to cut dependence on oil imports and switch cars to a "hydrogen economy". U.S. Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham said hydrogen was the single most important issue in improving the security of energy supply to Western economies. "A hydrogen economy is some way in the distance, but President Bush envisages that a child born now will have the opportunity to purchase a competitively priced ...
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