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The United States can double energy productivity over the next 20 years by boosting investments in energy efficiency, reforming tax credits for energy savings and engaging state and local governments, a report released on Thursday said. With a new session of Congress beginning, the report laid out a sweeping vision for cutting the energy used to support a growing U.S. economy by 2030. Energy efficiency is one of the few areas of energy policy that analysts say might gain traction among deeply divided lawmakers this year.