Department of Energy


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Department of Energy

(DOE)
A department of the U.S. government responsible for energy policy and nuclear safety, including setting industry efficiency standards and monitoring the consumption of energy sources.
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However, critics said the Department of Energy was reluctant to divert money from other projects to fund the program.
The Department of Energy issues its final request for proposals this June, and interested utilities must respond by September.
Advanced Energy reported the test results to the Department of Energy and recommended that the results of this study be provided to major motor manufacturers and the utility industry in order to reduce energy costs in the industrial, residential and hybrid vehicle markets.
Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer also weighed in, saying they would urge the Department of Energy to follow the EPA's recommendations.
In typical Department of Energy fashion, they also demanded deletion of some passages that had been cleared--and published--ten years ago.
Everyone who has a stake in the cleanup - from the general public to our Department of Energy customer - expects us to work safely while we protect the environment from radiological and chemical hazards.
The disclosure that the lab also handled beryllium metal, which produces a dust that can cause fatal lung disease, also qualifies former beryllium workers there for a new Department of Energy contract testing program, said Mike Lopez, the Oakland Department of Energy official overseeing environmental restoration of the DOE portion of the lab.
Negotiations between the Department of Energy and the state of Texas began in November 1993, shortly after termination of the project in October 1993.
Department of Energy that has the goal of bringing the cost to under $3.
According to the Department of Energy, a 22-cubic-foot side-by-side refrigerator from 1985 costs $112 annually to operate, while a comparable 2001 model costs $54.
Department of Energy (DOE) today began the public process of evaluating alternatives for the long-term storage of all weapons-usable fissile materials, and the disposition of weapons-usable fissile materials declared surplus to national defense needs.
Department of Energy cost models, the cost to produce electricity will be reduced from 20o/kWhr to 5o/kWhr.

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