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Energy is Urgent: The challenge of green energy

President Obama has pledged to end America¿s dependence on foreign oil and his administration is spending billions on greener energy initiatives. Few issues are considered more urgent by the White House and average Americans than securing affordable and more environmentally friendly energy sources.

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