Department of Energy

NOUN
  1. the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977
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  • This is the same kind of conflicting interests the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has with administering our renewable ethanol fuels program while at the same time it is suppose to provide regulatory outsight to the same programs that are supposed to be run by the United States Department of Energy. Energy advice for President-elect Barack Obama
  • Department of Energy, pulling methane gas from waste uses a process called anaerobic digestion or methane recovery. 10News.com - Local News
  • Department of Energy to study how a genetically manipulated microalga could be used to efficiently produce advanced biofuels. THE MEDICAL NEWS
  • The mission was possible because it drew its power from two long-lasting radioisotope thermoelectric generators provided by the Department of Energy.
  • While DeconGel® is gaining in use within the Department of Energy sites for remediation of radiological, nuclear, and hazardous chemical substances such as beryllium, it's also an essential product to keep on hand for hazardous materials (HAZMAT) or Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) first responder units concerned about immediate clean up after a major incident from accidents or acts of terrorism such as a dirty bomb. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • According to the U.S. Department of Energy, electric clothes dryers use more energy than most other home appliances.
  • Arthur: Nanotechnology Law Report - Germanium nanobead image provided by UT-Battelle, which manages Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the Department of Energy S. 2942, "The Nanotechnology Safety Act of 2010", the first nanotechnology related bill of the Nanotechnology Law Report
  • The research was supported by the Department of Energy and by the National Science Foundation.
  • Nanotechnology Lawyer & Attorney: Porter Wright Morris & Arthur: Nanotechnology Law Report - Germanium nanobead image provided by UT-Battelle, which manages Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the Department of Energy Trackbacks Nanotechnology Law Report
  • The moderator was Dr. Tad Patzek, chairman of the department of energy and geosystems engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. Andrew Kreig: Peak Oil Experts Fear Big New U.S. Job Losses, Economic Downturn
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