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U.S. Department of Energy

A department in the United States charged with implementing American energy policy. It promotes domestic energy production, conducts research and sets standards for safe handling of nuclear materials. It was created in 1977.
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Fisker Automotive, a United States-based automaker, is looking to the United States Department of Energy for a loan to produce a low-cost plug-in hybrid model.
Grae led the efforts that resulted in Thorium Power becoming one of the first Western companies to contract with Russian nuclear institutes and become one of the first grant recipients from the United States Department of Energy for nuclear non-proliferation related work in Russia.
As an international transmission line, the Juan de Fuca Cable presently has a Draft Environmental Impact Statement under review by the United States Department of Energy, and a CPCN application under review by the National Energy Board of Canada.
the private contractors that operated the Rocky Flats Weapons Plant for the United States Department of Energy from 1952 through 1989.
The United States Department of Energy ("DOE") - supported project team icluded GE, Brookhaven National Lab, Massachussets Institute of Technology, Kazatomprom, and RWE Nukem.

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