Analysis: Storing Energy for a Rainy Day

[United Press International] In the fight to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil, both sides of the aisle seem to agree a few homegrown storage technologies could be key to winning the battle.  Last week the House Committee on Science and Technology passed two energy bills unanimously. One of the bills deals with energy efficiency in industry; the other bill, the Energy Storage Technology Advancement Act, pumps $130 million per year from 2009 to 2014 into the research and development of energy storage, both for stationary and vehicular purposes.
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