Clean Tech Expert Looks At Market Impact Of Bush’s Words

Feb 24 2006 | 12:00am ET

By Deirdre Brennan 

President George Bush went on a widely-publicized energy tour this week, visiting three states to discuss his new energy initiative, which includes commitments to increase investment in clean technologies and alternative energies. Democrats blasted the tour as a “publicity stunt,” noting that only one day before the president’s tour of the The National Renewable Research Center in Colorado, a government grant for the facility that had been cut last month was partially restored.


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