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Department Requests $23. 4 Billion for Fiscal Year 2004

By Abraham, Spencer

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Title: Department Requests $23. 4 Billion for Fiscal Year 2004  
Author: Abraham, Spencer
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Energy, Energy and research series
Collection: Department of Energy Collection
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Historic
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Publisher: Government Printing Office

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Excerpt: In remarks to laboratory employees, Secretary Abraham announced the decision by President George W. Bush that the United States will join the negotiations for the construction and operation of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), a major international magnetic fusion research project. He praised PPPL staff for advancing the promise of fusion energy and stressed that ?it is imperative we maintain and enhance our strong domestic research program? and that ?critical science needs to be done in the U.S., in parallel with ITER.? Secretary Abraham?s remarks are available at

 

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