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VIEW ALL DOE Announces $16 Million to Support Consent-Based Siting for Spent Nuclear Fuel September 20, 2022 Funding Will Support Communities Interested in Learning About Interim Storage Learn more DOE and DOT Announce Gabe Klein to Lead Joint Office of Energy and Transportation September 20, 2022 The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s Joint Office of Energy and Transportation is Working with States and Localities to Enable Clean, Affordable Mobility Options for Everyone Learn more DOE Announces Notice of Sale of Additional Crude Oil From the Strategic Petroleum Reserve September 19, 2022 Notice is Part of Biden-Harris Administration’s Continued Action to Protect American Consumers and Address the Global Supply Disruption Caused by Putin’s Energy Price Hike Learn more Biden-Harris Administration Announces $156 Million for America's First-of-a-Kind Critical Minerals Refinery September 19, 2022 Funded by President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, New Project Will Demonstrate the Commercial Viability of Turning Mine Waste into Clean Energy Technology, Boosting Domestic Manufacturing and Securing Domestic Supply Chain Learn more


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