Department of Energy

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Synonyms for Department of Energy

the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States

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The Department of Energy was responsible for evaluating the claims of workers made sick from toxic exposure, and for helping them apply for workers' compensation from their state programs.
Contact: Diana Enright, Oregon Department of Energy, phone 503-378-8278.
This notion has been hinted at from within the Department of Energy, which issued a task-force review of the National Ignition Facility in February 1995.
They have also filed similar requests with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Energy.
The Department of Energy will hold a public meeting to discuss the tritium findings at 6:30 p.
Already the Department of Energy has selected the Watts Bar Nuclear Plant in Spring City, Tennessee, to produce an ounce of tritium in an eighteen-month test run beginning this fall.
One solution sought by the Department of Energy is in improving the efficiency of HVAC systems that use electric motors.
The announcement, made at the work group's meeting Wednesday night, shocked many activists as well as both California senators and the local congressman who hoped the EPA would push the Department of Energy and Boeing Co.
The Department of Energy had a record of secrecy and deception unsurpassed within the Federal bureaucracy.
Department of Energy in Washington State, were jointly recognized.
The verbal commitment by the head of the nuclear workers' compensation program came after the Daily News reported in Wednesday editions that the region was being shortchanged in program services, despite up to 6,000 former Rockwell International workers who did Department of Energy contract work for decades and now could be eligible for $150,000 each and lifetime medical benefits.
WASHINGTON, July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Department of Energy and the state of Texas today announced that they have finalized terms of settlement for resolving the claim by the state of Texas for reimbursement of its contributions to the Superconducting Super Collider.
Department of Energy has identified electrolyzer capital costs as a major barrier to the competitiveness of hydrogen fuel for transportation.
In the typical American household, the refrigerator accounts for at least 10 percent of the energy bill, according to the Department of Energy.
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