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D o-e

  1. 1. Department of Energy D.O.E.
  2. 2. D.O.E. is a Cabinet Department concernedwith the U.S. policies regarding: Energy Safety in Handling Nuclear MaterialWhat is D.O.E. ?
  3. 3.  Nuclear Weapons Program Nuclear reactor production for Navy Energy Conservation Energy Research Radioactive Waste Disposal Domestic Energy ProductionAdditional Responsibilities?
  4. 4.  The mission of the Energy Department is to ensure America’s security and prosperity by addressing its energy, environmental and nuclear challenges through transformative science and technology solutions. (http://www.doe.gov/mission)Mission
  5. 5.  Secretary of Energy Dr. Steven Chu ◦ Dr. Steven Chu is charged with helping implement President Obamas ambitious agenda to invest in clean energy, reduce our dependence on foreign oil, address the global climate crisis, and create millions of new jobs. (http://www.doe.gov/leadership)Secretary
  6. 6.  Formed: 4 August 1977 Proceeded by Federal Energy AdministrationDate of Establishment
  7. 7.  For Diagram Click Here.Organization
  8. 8. Division Funding (in billions) Management $0.4 Energy and Environment $10.6 Science $4.9 Nuclear Security $10.5 Other $0.6 Total $27Budget
  9. 9. Percent of Budget Spent 1% Defence and International Security2% 2% 4% Social Security3% Saftey Net Programs 20% Interest on Debt 7% Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP Benefits for Federal Retirees and Veterans Transportation Infrastructure22% 20% Education Science and Medical Research 6% 13% Non-security International Other
  10. 10.  The D.O.E. is quite large with ≈16,000 federal employees ≈93,094 contract employeesNumber of Employees
  11. 11. Emerging D.O.E. Technologies
  12. 12. Solar
  13. 13. Wind
  14. 14. Biomass
  15. 15. Nuclear
  16. 16. Water
  17. 17. Wave
  18. 18. Results
  19. 19.  (http://www.energy.gov)Website Address
  20. 20.  D.O.E. Regulates and researches new energy technologies Is the most important cabinet position because it fuels the country’s massive energy needs Does not count for nearly as much as organizations like D.O.D. Majority of information seen in presentationWhat I knew
  21. 21.  Real progress is being made because this cabinet position. Department of Energy also controls nuclear weaponsWhat I learned
  22. 22.  http://www.energy.comWorks Cited

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