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In Washington, acting US assistant secretary in the Department of Energy s Office of Nuclear Energy, Peter Lyons, told senators Tuesday that "current information suggests that the plants are in a slow recovery".
The office of nuclear energy has established a nuclear energy response team that is utilizing the US national lab capabilities to analyze the situation and suggest approaches, Lyons said.
The Committee encourages the Office of Science's Fusion Energy Sciences Program (FES) to closely collaborate with BES, ASCR, the Office of Nuclear Energy, and NNSA, under the direction of the Under Secretary for Science, to address mutual needs for technology development in magnetic fusion, inertial fusion, and next generation fission reactor concepts.
The department's Office of Nuclear Energy Science and Technology will award over 100 new nuclear technology grants to 37 U.
To help achieve this recognized need, the Energy Department's Office of Nuclear Energy, Science and Technology is encouraging a wide-ranging study of the next-generation nuclear energy system--Generation IV--for development.
``It's been safely used for over 35 years on a number of NASA space missions,'' said Earl Wahlquist, associate director for space and defense power systems for the Department of Energy's office of nuclear energy.
Department of Energy for advisory and assistance services to the Office of Nuclear Energy.
Department of Energy's Office of Nuclear Energy, Science and Technology which engaged governments, industry, and research communities worldwide to develop the Generation IV International Forum (GIF), a group whose member countries-Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Euratom, France, Japan, Republic of South Africa, Republic of Korea, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States-are interested in jointly defining the future of nuclear energy research and development.