Energy Policy Act of 2005
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The Energy Policy Act of 2005 was signed into law August 8, 2005.
Lovins says nuclear power dead
Amory Lovins, the Chief Executive Officer of the Rocky Mountains Institute, an eco-efficiency think tank, argues that the subsidies provided to nuclear power in the U.S. Energy Policy Act of 2005 "are equal to the entire capital cost of the next six reactors . . . but is similar to defibrillating a corpse: it will jump but not revive." 
- House Committee on Energy and Commerce
- Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - FERC
- National Energy Policy
- Steven Mufson, "One Man's Long Battle To Get U.S. to Kick Oil", Washington Post, July 25, 2006.
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