Science and energy

Imagining the future of the energy industry without science would be somewhat akin to imagining the US government without acronyms. World-class scientific research, in fact, is one of the four Department of Energy missions, Energy Sec. Spencer Abraham told Congress earlier this year when he presented DOE's $24.3 billion budget for fiscal year 2005.Defense and national security, energy security, and environmental stewardship were the other missions. The DOE budget request included programs to ensure US energy security in light of projected skyrocketing US energy demand by 2020. Abraham said that President George W. Bush has made a commitment to invest in new science and technology rese...

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