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  • the texas rps, passed in 1999 under governor george w. bush, has been so successful that utility companies have surpassed the percentages of renewable energy required by them (Friends of The Earth).
  • significantly, among republicans (62%) and those who voted for president bush in the 2000 election (63%), support for renewables outweighs tax breaks to help energy companies build more power plants by more than a 2:1 margin (Union of Concerned Scientists).
  • american electric power and eight other companies, all among the nations largest electric utilities and coal companies, announced today the formation of an alliance to support president bushs futuregen initiative, which seeks the creation of a near zero-emission power plant and hydrogen production facility with integrated carbon dioxide management (American Electr Power Company).
  • president george w. bush's hydrogen fuel initiative - white house policies in focus (US News).
  • during president george w. bush's second term, taulli sees promise in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, financial services, energy, defense, and network security, but he also senses possible buying opportunities in a ''kerry'' sector, such as alternative energy (Business Week).
  • president george w. bush at the hydrogen showcase (Chevrontexaco Corporation).
  • they both talk about hydrogen as a fuel source and fuel cells, a technology for moving our cars and buses that president bush has talked about and that john kerry has made part of his campaign as well (Public Broadcasting Service).
  • under president bush's hydrogen fuel initiative, the department of energy plans to distribute $1 (Christian Science Monitor).
  • under president bush's hydrogen fuel initiative, the department of energy plans to distribute $1 (Rainforest Action Network).
  • the bill, which president bush signed into law on october 22, 2004, includes only a one-year ptc extension and expands the eligible electricity resources to include geothermal energy, solar energy, open-loop biomass, small irrigation power, as well as municipal solid waste (Union of Concerned Scientists).

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