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    House backs research on new energy sources
    Posted on Friday, July 29, 2005 @ 19:53:05 GMT by vlad

    Legal A bill which will massively increase the funding directed to improving energy efficiency and researching alternative energy sources was passed by the House July 28. The Energy Policy Act 2005, HR 6, was approved by 275 to 156 and is expected to be endorsed by the Senate before the August recess.

    The bill proposes $31.2 billion funding over the three years of fiscal years 2007-2009 for basic science and applied energy research. This would include $14.5 billion for the Department of Energy’s Office of Science, DoE’s leading civilian funding agency for physical sciences R&D. If fully authorized, these proposals would double that agency’s budget over five years...

    "This bill contains many key provisions that originated in the science committee, including provisions that authorize the president’s hydrogen initiative and increase federal investment in alternative fuel vehicles and renewable energy technologies,” said Rep. Sherwood Boehlert, R-NY, chair of the House Science Committee. “These committee provisions look across all the forms of energy to help ensure that the US has a secure energy future in the decades to come."...

    ...Specific items in the bill include funding for a rare isotope accelerator which, on completion, will be one of the most advanced nuclear physics facilities in the world. A total of $1.1 billion is to be spent on nuclear fusion research, $4.5 billion on researching renewable energy sources and $6.3 billion on researching advanced fossil fuel technologies.

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    Maybe Cold Fusion Will Get a Shot (Score: 1)
    by Rock_nj on Saturday, July 30, 2005 @ 08:02:09 GMT
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    Maybe with money flowing in DC, cold fusion might get a shot at some research $$$.

    Re: House backs research on new energy sources (Score: 1)
    by pulsed_ignition on Saturday, July 30, 2005 @ 20:18:52 GMT
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    I already know how much independent researchers will receive - and the oil companies will get the rest of it, actually I mean they will get all of it.

    That is the way they play this game - if you really did not know it already you should wake up and snap out of it. Independents like me must expect do it all without any outside assistance.

    Warm Regards,
    Chris Arnold
    Arnold High Energy Pulsed Plasma Reactor


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