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The future of Nuclear in 2009 and 2010

 R. Shane Johnson
Description: Moving beyond incremental improvement of existing reactor and fuel cycle technologies to achieve transformational advances in clean knowledge and application, reliably provides 70% of the U.S. non-carbon generated electricity, Advances U.S. technology leadership and global competitiveness and creates significant long-term employment and reliable and affordable electricity. DOE 2009 and 2010 budget for nuclear energy.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Fossil Fuel/Nuclear
Nuclear Energy: Priorities for Pi ii f FY 2009 and FY 2010
R. Shane Johnson Acting Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy

June 9, 2009

The Secretary's Priorities

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� I Invest in science to achieve ti i t hi transformational discoveries Lower GHG emissions Clean, Clean Secure Energy

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