Barack Obama publicizes push for clear vitality

This morning in his weekly handle, President Obama introduced a stronger push in the direction of clear vitality to be able to cut back the US’ dependence on international oil, and to permit People to “out-innovate and out-compete the remainder of the world.”

The President’s announcement got here from the Allison Transmission plant in Indianapolis the place hybrid know-how for gasoline environment friendly buses is created. Allison Transmission, in keeping with President Obama, is an ideal instance of how clear vitality can spur job progress in a rebounding financial system, and represents why investments into clear vitality shouldn’t be reduce.

The President had this to say:

“The clear vitality jobs at this plant are the roles of the long run – jobs that pay nicely proper right here in America. And within the years forward, it’s clear vitality firms like this one that can hold our financial system rising, create new jobs, and ensure America stays essentially the most affluent nation on the earth.”


Decreasing our dependence on international oil

Along with investing in clear vitality, the President harassed the significance of lowering the US’ dependence on international oil, and focus extra on improvements that may put US companies forward of the remainder of the world.

Till we cut back our dependence on oil, we will likely be held hostage to the ups and downs of the oil markets. Meaning we have to proceed to put money into clear, different sources of vitality – like superior biofuels and pure fuel – and extra environment friendly automobiles, buses and vehicles.

Though the President has at all times been a supporter of fresh vitality know-how, it’s nice to listen to him convey it to the forefront of peoples’ consideration throughout per week when he might have simply generated consideration for one thing else.


The President’s Weekly Handle

Watch the total Presidential weekly address within the video under:


Infographic on US Gasoline Costs

US Gas Prices Infographic

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