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Energy refers to all actions performed by the government to ensure the procurement and management of energy resources, including the production, sale and distribution of energy, as well as the management of spent fuel resources. Energy management includes all types of mass-produced energy (e.g., hydroelectric, nuclear, wind, solar, or fossil fuels). Also included in this Line of Business is the oversight of private industry.

  • Energy Resource Management

    Energy Resource Management involves the management and oversight of energy producing resources including facilities, dams, land, and offshore resources.

  • Energy Supply

    Energy Supply involves all activities devoted to ensuring the availability of an adequate supply of energy for the United States and its citizens.

  • Energy Conservation and Preparedness

    Energy Conservation and Preparedness involves protection of energy resources from over-consumption to ensure the continued availability of fuel resources and to promote environmental protection. This Line of Business also includes measures taken to ensure the provision of energy in the event of an emergency.

  • Energy Production

    Energy Production involves the transformation of raw energy resources into useable, deliverable energy.