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  1. Us Department of Energy Business Opportunities Handbook
  2. Us Department of Energy Handbook
  3. A Consumers Guide: Get Your Power from the Sun by US Department of Energy, 2010-05-12
  4. US Department of Energy Business Opportunities Handbook by Ibp Usa, 2009-01-01
  5. US Department of Energy selects voltaire grid backbone solutions for 438-TeraFLOP high-performance computing clusters.(CONTRACTS): An article from: Gigabit/ATM by Gale Reference Team, 2007-10-01
  6. US Department of Energy Handbook by Ibp Usa, 2009-01-01
  7. DOE Invests $30 Million in Energy-Efficient R&D.(US Department of Energy industrial energy conservation research and development partnerships)(Brief Article): An article from: Modern Casting
  8. US Department of Energy Handbook
  9. Heat Storage in Alloy Transformations (US Department of Energy Conservation and Solar Energy Division of Energy Storage Systems, DOE/NASA/3184-2, NASA CR-165355) by C Ernest Birchenall, Selcuk I Guceri, et all 1981
  10. US Department of Energy Handbook by Ibp Usa, 2009-01-01
  11. Transuranic Elements in the Environment: A Summary of Environmental Research on Transuranium Radionuclides Funded by the US Department of Energy Through Calendar Year 1979 by Wayne C. Hanson, 1980
  12. On the surging potential of polar ice streams (US Department of Energy Reports DE/ER) by Timothy J Brown, 1985
  13. Solar heating and Cooling Demonstration - US Department of Energy, May 1978 by US Department of Energy, 1978
  14. Wind Energy Resource Atlas of the United States (Prepared for the US Department of Energy) by C.G. Holladay, W.R. Barchet, H.P. Foote, W.F. Sandusky D.L.Elliot, 1991

1. Energy - Petroleum, Oil, Gasoline, Crude, Natural Gas, Electric, Coal, Nuclear,
Statistics, Data, and Analysis on resources, supply, production, consumption for all energy sources. US Department of Energy
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2. U.S. Department Of Energy- Office Of Fossil Energy - Home Page
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New Carbon Drill Pipe Signals Technical Achievement
The development of a new "composite" drill pipe that is lighter, stronger, and more flexible than steel, could significantly benefit energy production in the United States.
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NETL Opens Fuel Cell/Turbine Hybrid Research Facility...
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3. Smart Communities Network - Creating Energy Smart Communities
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King County, Washington, puts 235 Hybrid Buses into Service
Biodiesel Stations Springing Up Across America Higher Fuel Costs Turn Attention to Renewables and Hybrids Urban Ecology Institute Summer Institute 2004 ... Search
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is coming to Portland, Oregon July 9-14. Visit the Communities and Drought section for information and resources on how urban and rural areas are coping with persistent water shortages.
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Harmony Library in Fort Collins, Colorado, is saving $12,000 in energy costs each year by using Energy Star-certified lighting.

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4. U.S. Department Of Energy Office Of Environmental Management (EM)
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From the US Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency Gas mileage estimates for all passenger cars and light trucks sold in the U.S., including greenhouse gas emissions estimates.
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6. Energy Efficiency And Renewable Energy Network (EERN)
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network (EERN) This World Wide Web (WWW) site, maintained by the US Department of Energy (DOE), is intended to be a comprehensive resource for DOE's energy

7. U.S. DOE Energy Efficiency And Renewable Energy (EERE) Home Page
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DOE and Alliance to Save Energy Launch New Energy-Saving Campaign May 21, 2004
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8. EERE: Geothermal Energy
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Geothermal Topics
Geothermal energy technologies use the heat of the earth for direct-use applications, geothermal heat pumps, and electrical power production. Research in all areas of geothermal development is helping to lower costs and expand its use. In the United States, most geothermal resources are concentrated in the West, but geothermal heat pumps can be used nearly anywhere. More basic information about geothermal energy is also available
Geological, geochemical, and geophysical techniques are used to locate geothermal resources. Drilling
Drilling for geothermal resources has been adapted from the oil industry. Improved drill bits, slimhole drilling, advanced instruments, and other drilling technologies are under development. Direct Use
Geothermal hot water near the Earth's surface can be used directly for heating buildings and as a heat supply for a variety of commercial and industrial uses. Geothermal direct use is particularly favored for greenhouses and aquaculture. Geothermal Heat Pumps
Geothermal heat pumps, or ground-source heat pumps, use the relatively constant temperature of soil or surface water as a heat source and sink for a heat pump, which provides heating and cooling for buildings.

9. Energy, Science, And Technology Information At The Office Of Scientific And Tech
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10. Fusion Energy Sciences
Fusion Energy Sciences As part of the US Department of Energy, the Office of Science contains the Fusion Energy Sciences program, whose mission is to advance plasma science and fusion science

11. Energy Savers Tips On Saving Energy And Money At Home
Energy Savers Tips on Saving Energy and Money at Home The US Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Web site offers the Energy Savers Tips on Saving Energy and Money at

12. Clean Cities: Redirect
The US Department of Energy s Office of Energy Efficiency and RenewableEnergy has updated and redesigned the Clean Cities Program Web site.
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Alternative Fuels Data Center Web Sites?
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13. Energy Overview Of Estonia
An historical summary of installed electricity generating capacity in Estonia, accordingto the US Department of Energy s Energy Information Administration, is
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In November 2002, Estonia was one of seven nations invited to join NATO in 2004, and in December 2002, Estonia was one of the ten countries invited to membership in the major expansion of the European Union. Estonia has also been approved for membership in the World Trade Organization. Figure 1: Administrative Regions of Estonia
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Energy Policy and Regulation
In 2001, the Estonian Government began a phased-in liberalization of its electricity sector, so as to keep on track for its expected accession into the European Union. In January 2001, new electricity tariffs were established that will allow customers to choose their electricity supplier. In 2001, only the largest consumers those who use annually more than 40 gigawatt-hours (GWh) were eligible. By the spring of 2002, all electricity users will be covered by this liberalization.
Energy Summary
Estonia is unique among nations in its heavy use of oil shale. Estonia produces no significant amounts of coal, oil, or natural gas. Natural gas and petroleum products are imported. There is also some use of peat and wood waste as fuel at small heating plants. There is a reserve of 929 million metric tons of peat. Small hydroelectric power plants serve some villages.

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Oak Ridge: Hub of Regional Economic Development Remarks by Dr. Raymond L. Orbach, Director, Office of Science, to the Tennessee Valley Corridor 2004 Knoxville-Oak Ridge Summit, Knoxville, TN
Fusion Science Centers DOE Funds Fusion Science Centers at University of Maryland/UCLA and University of Rochester
DOE Nanoscale Science Research Centers Ground Broken for Nanotechnology Center at Sandia and Los Alamos Labs
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15. Human Genome Research
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An Introduction The U.S. Human Genome Project (HGP), composed of the DOE and NIH Human Genome Programs, is the national coordinated effort to characterize all human genetic material by determining the complete sequence of the DNA in the human genome. The HGP's ultimate goal has been to discover all the more than 30,000 human genes and render them accessible for further biological study. To facilitate the future interpretation of human gene function, parallel studies have been carried out on selected model organisms. View timeline and history for background information on the project. The HGP will meet an ambitious schedule to complete the full sequence in 2003, two years ahead of previous projections. Technology available shortly after the start of the HGP in 1990 could have been used to attain HGP objectives, but the cost and time required would have been unacceptable. Because of this, a major emphasis of the project's early years was to optimize existing methods and develop new technologies to increase DNA mapping and sequencing efficiency by 10- to 20-fold. The genome was sequenced with technologies and methods that evolved over the past 10 years. In the course of completing the sequence, an interim "working draft" of the human sequence was produced and published in

16. WIPP Technology Transfer
The US Department of Energy (DOE) and the Westinghouse Electric Company have established an interactive web site to facilitate the transfer of free OD, HRD, and training materials from the DOE Carlsbad Area Office to US organizations and citizens. The site lists and gives short descriptions of available materials, including leadership, instructor, management, and general employee needs analysis tools and surveys; training manuals; and leadership, management, TQM, and grantwriting courses.
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WTS Environmental Management Policy
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These handbooks are designed by Day and Zimmermann LLC , under contract to the Westinghouse TRU Solutions, LLC, prime contractor at the Department of Energy's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. These documents will facilitate compliance with applicable Federal Laws and Regulations and sets forth a step-by-step approach to managing records according to applicable legal requirements. Home Document Center Transportation Opportunities ... Search Notice To Users:
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17. Smart Communities Network: Green Buildings Introduction
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Green Buildings Introduction Also visit U.S. DOE's Building Technologies Program. The design, construction, and maintenance of buildings has a tremendous impact on our environment and our natural resources. There are more than 76 million residential buildings and nearly 5 million commercial buildings in the U.S. today. These buildings together use one-third of all the energy consumed in the U.S., and two-thirds of all electricity. By the year 2010, another 38 million buildings are expected to be constructed. The challenge will be to build them smart, so they use a minimum of nonrenewable energy, produce a minimum of pollution, and cost a minimum of energy dollars, while increasing the comfort, health, and safety of the people who live and work in them. Traditional building practices often overlook the interrelationships between a building, its components, its surroundings, and its occupants. "Typical" buildings consume more of our resources than necessary, negatively impact the environment, and generate a large amount of waste. According to Laurence Doxsey, former Coordinator of the City of Austin Green Builder Program, "a standard wood-framed home consumes over one acre of forest and the waste created during construction averages from 3 to 7 tons." Often, these buildings are costly to operate in terms of energy and water consumption. And they can result in poor indoor air quality, which can lead to health problems.

18. DOE Appliance Standards: Clothes Washer Certification Information
Discusses minimum efficiency standards and operation costs of residential washing machines.
Clothes Washer Certification Information
Why Clothes Washer Standards?
The Energy Policy and Conservation Act (EPCA) sets forth an energy conservation program for certain appliances. These appliances are required to be tested in accordance with Federal test procedures to meet mandated efficiency standards. These test procedures can be found in the current U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR, Title 10, Part 430). The CFR also identifies the individual standards, which specify a minimum level of energy efficiency or a maximum level of energy use for regulated appliances. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Codes and Standards (OCS) is responsible for developing and periodically updating these standards, as well as monitoring compliance with the standards.
What Should be Submitted to Show Compliance with Standards
Before any clothes washers can be distributed into commerce in the United States, specific compliance information must first be submitted. Compliance information consists of a statement of compliance and a certification report. Collectively, these documents certify that each clothes washer basic model meets the applicable energy conservation standard. A basic model refers to all units manufactured by one manufacturer which have the same primary energy source, which have essentially identical electrical characteristics and which do not have any differing physical or functional characteristics that affect energy consumption. By following the sample formats of compliance statement and the certification report provided in this brief, compliance requirements under the applicable standards will be considered adequately met.

19. Human Genome Project Information
Office of Science Site sponsored by the US Department of Energy Office of Science,Office of Biological and Environmental Research, Human Genome Program.
Human Genome Project Information Genomics:GTL Microbial Genome Program home The Human Genome Program of the U.S. Department of Energy funds this suite of Web sites.


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The Genomics:GTL program is DOE's next step in genomicsbuilding on data and resources from the Human Genome Project, the Microbial Genome Program, and systems biology to accelerate understanding of dynamic living systems for energy and environmental applications. Welcome! Explore this site for information about the U.S. and worldwide Human Genome Project. B egun in 1990, the U.S. Human Genome Project is a 13-year effort coordinated by the Department of Energy and the National Institutes of Health. The project originally was planned to last 15 years, but effective resource and technological advances have accelerated the completion date to 2003. Project goals were to
  • identify all the approximately 30,000 genes in human DNA,
  • determine the sequences of the 3 billion chemical base pairs that make up human DNA

20. OIT: BestPractices Home Page
Welcome! BestPractices, a program of the US Department of Energy s (DOE) Officeof Industrial Technologies (OIT), works with industry to identify plantwide
Welcome! BestPractices, a program of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Industrial Technologies (OIT), works with industry to identify plant-wide opportunities for energy savings and process efficiency. Through the implementation of new technologies and systems improvements, companies across the United States are achieving immediate savings results. We invite you to get involved in BestPractices so your company can join the ranks of forward-thinking U.S. industrial manufacturers who are saving energy and money, reducing pollution and emissions, and increasing productivity right now. Efficiency Tip

Optimizing Steam System Performance- Catonsville, MD
Advanced Management of Compressed Air Systems (Level 2)- Berlin, CT
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June 2004 ITP E-Bulletin: Your Online Connection
Be sure to review the June edition of the ITP E-Bulletin , your online connection to news and resources from ITP.
May 26, 2004
Variable Speed PumpingA Guide to Successful Applications, Executive Summary
Variable Speed PumpingA Guide to Successful Applications

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