Definition of Energy Department
1. Noun. The federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977.
Generic synonyms: Executive Department
Terms within: Department Of Energy Intelligence, Doei
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Literary usage of Energy Department
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1. Seminar on East-West Energy Trade: Proceedings, Vienna, 3rd-4th October 1991 by Austria, International Energy Agency, World Bank (1992)
"... Energy Economist, Office of Natural Gas Development, Industry and Energy Department, The World Bank Alternative Energy Options for Central and Eastern ..."
2. Human Radiation Experiments: Hearing Before the Committee on Governmental by DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"GORDON K. SOPER,1 PRINCIPAL DEPUTY TO THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR ATOMIC ENERGY, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Dr. SOPER. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. ..."
3. Developing China's Natural Gas Market: The Energy Policy Challenges by International Energy Agency (2002)
"But in the SETC, only the Department of Electrical Power is a specialised energy department, responsible for regulating the operations of the power industry ..."
4. Nuclear Waste Storage and Disposal Policy: Hearing Before the Committee on edited by Frank Murkowski (1999)
"Further, nearly 100 state public utility commissioners from 32 states wrote Secretary Richardson demanding that the Energy Department limit electricity ..."