Obama 2nd Term Predicted to See Continued Clean Tech Push
SANTA MONICA, California — As President Obama begins to shape his legacy after Tuesday's re-election, his agenda could include a renewed push to promote electric cars — and a greater interest in hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles.
Obama did not spell out any plans for the auto industry after waging a successful re-election campaign, but he earlier had set a goal of having 1 million electric vehicles on the road by 2015. The $85-billion auto- industry bailout and the renewed health of General Motors and Chrysler appeared to be a major factor in Obama's re-election.
The president's clean-energy vehicle agenda is expected to rev up in his second term.
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