Government Grants Within The United States Energy Sector

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Can you imagine your life without energy? Without electricity? Picture going on a full day without power, no lights, no water supply, no air-conditioning, no computers, no internet connection, no nothing. Seems pretty bleak, doesn't it?


That's how essential energy is to the human race. And without us even realizing it, it has become a huge part of our day to day existence. There are so many types of energy, mechanical, chemical, solar, kinetic, nuclear, etc., each of them just as important as the other one.

Protecting the integrity of these energy sources, much less nurturing them and improving them for continued use, is and has never been an easy feat. The United States government is aware that the country would practically fail to function without energy, and for this reason, along with many others, it has established several federal agencies that are tasked specifically to ensure that the United States of America will never have to know what it feels like to not have power.


First up is the United States Department of Energy, otherwise referred to as DOE. The agency was primarily established to handle all of the country's nuclear weapons program, nuclear reactor production for the United States Navy, energy conservation, energy-related research, radioactive waste disposal, and domestic energy production concerns.
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