Secretary of Energy


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Secretary of Energy

The head of the department of the U.S. federal government charged with implementing American energy policy. The secretary promotes domestic energy production, conducts research, and sets standards for safe handling of nuclear materials. He or she is appointed by the president of the United States and confirmed by the Senate.
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Curtis served as Deputy Secretary of Energy from August 1994 to May
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Council membership of about 150 persons is selected and appointed by the Secretary of Energy.
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The Act calls upon the Secretary of Energy to submit a plan within 180 days that ensures, among other things, that "existing fusion research facilities are more fully used" and that "inertial confinement fusion facilities are used to the extent practicable for the purpose of inertial fusion energy research and development," and that "attractive alternative inertial and magnetic fusion energy approaches are more fully explored.
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