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Responding to OCS Drilling Decision, Advocacy Group Challenges President to "Get Serious" About Energy Independence and Security
Date:4/1/2010

reducing global warming are not a substitute for the comprehensive plan for energy independence and security that the President has implicitly promised to provide by issuing his decision today. Two or three decades from now, when many of us may be driving electric cars or plug-in hybrids, technologies intended to reduce climate change such as solar, wind and nuclear power will not only reduce our dependence on the coal that America uses to produce electrical power, but give us a way to power our cars without gasoline. But until that distant date most of us will still be driving cars that run on liquid fuels rather than electricity. So, the only quick, sure and reliable way to reduce our gasoline consumption in the meantime is by finding alternative liquid fuels on which our cars can run. That is what the Open Fuel Standard can do for less than $100 per car.

It is important to emphasize as well that, while opening up the Outer Continental Shelf to drilling provides an alternative to foreign oil the Open Fuel Standard does the same and more by offering consumers an alternative to oil altogether. Today oil is controlled by an international cartel and has no competitors. By providing the first meaningful competition, the Open Fuel Standard would benefit all consumers and help the U.S. economy.

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