H.RES.29

Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that any comprehensive plan to reform our national energy policy must promote the expanded use of renewable and alternative energy sources; increase our domestic refining capacity; promote conservation and increased energy efficiency; expand research and development, including domestic exploration; and, enhance consumer education.

1/7/2009--Introduced.

Expresses the sense of the House of Representatives that, in order to meet our nation's growing long-term energy demands and maintain our economic viability in the world marketplace, any comprehensive and economically viable energy bill must address: (1) expanded use of renewable and alternative energy sources; (2) increased domestic refining capacity; (3) promotion and incentivization of increased conservation and energy efficiency; (4) expansion and promotion of additional research and development through methods such as public-private partnerships; and (5) enhanced consumer awareness and education regarding methods to increase energy efficiency and available alternative fuel sources.

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