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July 9th, 2006
Aid Urged for Commercializing Clean Power-Generation Technologies
We must massively increase use of these renewable technologies and significantly advance low-carbon options such as decarbonized coal, carbon sequestration, ultra-high-efficiency fossil energy production, fuel cells, bioenergy, and derivatives of genomics, nanotechnology, and related fields.
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