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Despite its promise, geothermal energy struggled for funding until the recent boom in oil prices.
The price run-up was predicted months ago by a critic of the Bush administration's Strategic Petroleum Reserve policy.
Everyone agrees we need a technological advance, but how to spend limited funds is contentious.
The $220 million federal program for low-income families reaped dividends in jobs and reduced energy bills.
One economist thinks the Bush administration is stockpiling trouble.
The heat is on for better gas mileage—one way or another.
Despite the Democrats' finger-pointing, any real connection remains murky.
Conference yields grim climatic and economic forecasts for winter.