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President Bush Discusses Energy at Renewable Energy Conference
President George W. Bush addresses the Renewable Energy Conference in St. Louis, Mo., Thursday, Oct. 12, 2006. The President discussed the development of new energy sources that reduce America's consumption of oil, such as hydrogen. "Ultimately, in my judgment, one of the ways to make sure that we become fully less dependent on oil is through hydrogen. And we're spending $1.2 billion to encourage hydrogen fuel cells. It's coming, it's coming," said the President. "It's an interesting industry evolution, to think about your automobiles being powered by hydrogen, and the only emission is water vapor." White House photo by Eric Draper

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