National Energy Policy Institute Act: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Energy and Power of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 11678 and H.R. 12055 ... April 11 and 12, 1978
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Energy and Power
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18 페이지 - We recommend that the bill be revised to include language similar to the following: "(a) Each recipient of assistance under this Act pursuant to grants or contracts entered into under other than competitive bidding procedures shall keep such records as the Secretary shall prescribe, including records which fully disclose the amount and disposition by such recipient of the proceeds of such assistance, the total cost of the project or undertaking in connection with which such assistance is given or...
86 페이지 - The basic function of the Office shall be to provide early indications of the probable beneficial and adverse impacts of the applications of technology and to develop other coordinate information which may assist the Congress.
18 페이지 - Secretary and the Comptroller General of the United States, or any of their duly authorized representatives, shall have access for the purpose of audit and examination to any books, documents, papers, and records of the recipients of grants under this section that are pertinent to such grants.
86 페이지 - Identify alternative technological methods of implementing specific programs; (4) identify alternative programs for achieving requisite goals; (5) make estimates and comparisons of the impacts of alternative methods and programs...
86 페이지 - Congress to (1) equip itself with new and effective means for securing competent, unbiased information concerning the physical, biological, economic, social, and political effects of such applications; and (2) utilize this information, whenever appropriate, as one factor in the legislative assessment of matters pending before the Congress, particularly in those instances where the Federal Government may be called upon to consider support for, or management or regulation of, technological...
83 페이지 - With your permission, I would like to submit my prepared testimony for the record and summarize briefly for the committee with a few charts we have brought with us.
88 페이지 - ... a team with our employees and our subcontractors to ensure the safety of the workplace. I do not think there is anything out there that I would not do as a business owner that I would ask a worker to do myself. With that, I would like to thank Chairman Talent and the other members of the Committee for giving me the opportunity to testify on this important issue. [Mr. Miller's statement may be found in the appendix.] Chairman TALENT. Thank you Mr. Miller. Our last witness is Mr. Eamonn McGeady,...
104 페이지 - ... most part. There are other factors which stop that system from functioning, and government can. and I hope will, do a thorough job on siting legislation, and more than that, take a hard look at standardized design, which I do not think has ever been examined thoroughly. I am not supporting it, because I do not know enough about, it, but it seems to me that on the basis of surface knowledge it has some merit. Mr.
23 페이지 - During the last 600 million years of geologic history, a minute fraction of the earth's organisms have been deposited in swamps and other oxygen-deficient environments under conditions of incomplete decay, and eventually buried under great thicknesses of sedimentary muds and sands. By subsequent transformations, these have become the earth's present supply of fossil fuels: coal...