Some of What the U.S. Department of Energy Needs to Address

Now that the mid-term elections are finally over, one of our top priorities is to fix some of the major issues at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

Very few of the needed changes in the DOE have been made over the last 2± years (especially as compared to what’s happened at the EPA) — and we are running out of time! I’ve listed some issues that need to be addressed below.

I’m writing this for two reasons:

1) If you have any additions or deletions to my list, please let me know by leaving a comment,
2) If you have any DOE connections that can help get some of these implemented, please advise, ASAP.

The mission of DOE should be carefully reviewed and updated.

These are specifically about nuclear:

(Note: most of these are consistent with EO13777)

Thank you for your interest in this matter. Please pass it on to other interested parties.

1 reply
  1. Joe Masters
    Joe Masters says:

    Man makes nuclear waste, he should be able to take it apart and use the materials for other uses, but he won’t do it because there is no money in it, same goes for wind and solar and dams, which are the way to go.


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