“The legislation keeps spending level or slightly increases funds for programs offered through the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, as well as the Energy Information Agency. The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy received $375 million, the most since its creation. The DOE Office of Science also received record appropriations funding at $6.65 billion.
The bill (S.2975) includes $1.2 billion for nuclear energy research and development. A total of $43.8 billion was set aside for energy and water programs.”
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