Dept. of Energy Hints at Rolling Back Goals
The 1992 energy bill set an ambitious goal for alternative fuel use in America: By 2010, thirty percent of all motor fuel used would be alternative. With that date racing toward us, the Department of Energy now makes it look like that ambitious goal will be erased from the books, NPR reports (via Alternative Energy Today).
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