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1) Power to ChangeAnalysts are predicting another summer of higher energy prices. President Bush is promoting the use of switchgrass to make ethanol. Automobile manufacturers are taking back orders for hybrid vehicles. Motorists are honking mad at the idea of $3-a-gallon gas.Suddenly, the idea of solar panels, wind turbines and power exchanges no longer seems outlandish or unfeasible. Pathmark Stores,

1) Power to Change

Analysts are predicting another summer of higher energy prices. President Bush is promoting the use of switchgrass to make ethanol. Automobile manufacturers are taking back orders for hybrid vehicles. Motorists are honking mad at the idea of $3-a-gallon gas.

Suddenly, the idea of solar panels, wind turbines and power exchanges no longer seems outlandish or unfeasible. Pathmark Stores, Carteret, N.J., heeded the call and recently signed up to have three

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