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President Bush Discusses Energy Initiative
President George W. Bush talks about his energy initiatives at Hotel Du Pont in Wilmington, Del., Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2007. "American automobile companies, as well as foreign automobile companies competing for market share here in the United States, understand that's where the consumer mentality is evolving," said President Bush. "And they're beginning to spend their own money, as well as help from the federal government, to develop new batteries. It's going to be an exciting time, really, when you think about it, when you're able to drive the first 20 miles in a plug-in hybrid vehicle without one drop of gasoline, which makes the country less dependent on oil." White House photo by Paul Morse

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