20 in 10: Bodman says bring it on

Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman is dutifully promoting President Bush’s “20 in 10” proposal, mentioning it by name at least three times in a speech at the Cambridge Energy Research Associates’ annual conference here. Bodman says some have questioned whether the initiative Bush included in his State of hte Union address last month is overly ambitious.
“That is precisely the point,” Bodman says. “This is the definition of an aggressive challenge.”
Bush’s plan involves reducing gasoline consumption by 20 percent in 10 years by displacing gasoline with 35 billion gallons of alternative fuel, such as ethanol.