"With new technology, and a commitment to renewable fuels, Wisconsin can lead the way - reducing global warming and helping this nation kick its addiction to foreign oil," Governor Doyle said as he also announced the creation of the Governor's Task Force on Global Warming.
Analysis: There is nothing like a little healthy competition to push things along and I'm sure we'll see more statements from governors and local councils promoting their region's renewable energy credentials. The best thing that could happen is a new gold-rush on renewable energy that resulted in the creation of lots of cellulosic ethanol plants, solar and wind farms, and other similar installations.
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