National Energy Issues: Hearings Before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, First Session ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 2001
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Page 104 - Corporation, Isuzu Motors of America, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan North America, Porsche, Toyota Motor North America, Volkswagen of America, and Volvo. Alliance member companies have more than 620,000 employees in the United States, with more than 250 manufacturing facilities in 35 states. Overall, a recent University of Michigan study found that the entire automobile industry creates more than 6.6 million direct and spin-off jobs in all 50 states and produces almost $243 billion in payroll compensation...
Page 48 - ... an agency changing its course by rescinding a rule is obligated to supply a reasoned analysis for the change beyond that which may be required when an agency does not act in the first instance.
Page 237 - Clinton made clear that the United States does not encourage the civil use of plutonium and, accordingly, does not itself engage in plutonium reprocessing for either nuclear power or nuclear explosive purposes.
Page 77 - I would like to thank the chairman and members of the committee for an opportunity to state our position.
Page 63 - NEMA, celebrating its 75th anniversary, is the leading trade association in the United States representing the interests of electroindustry manufacturers. Founded in 1926 and headquartered near Washington, DC, our 450 member companies manufacture products used in the generation, transmission and distribution, control, and end-use of electricity. Annual shipments of these products total $100 billion.
Page 187 - I would be happy to answer any questions. Thank you. [The prepared statement of Mr.
Page 158 - MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: I am John P. Holdren, a professor at Harvard in both the Kennedy School of Government and the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. Since 1996 I have directed the Kennedy School's Program on Science, Technology, and Public Policy, and for 23 years before that I co-directed the interdisciplinary graduate program in Energy and Resources at the University of California, Berkeley.
Page 28 - This editorial is a complete change in that attitude, and I would like to submit it for the record. The CHAIRMAN.
Page 39 - Geller, the executive director of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy; Mr.
Page 173 - We appreciate your continued interest in these issues, and I will be happy to answer questions. [The prepared statement of Hon.

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