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How do you keep a particle inside an accelerator?
(Hint: it involves magnets.)

Watch as an operator from +Fermilab explains.
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Here's an encouraging stat for you: 100% of the veterans who graduated from our Solar Ready Vets training program in 2015 received job offers in the booming solar energy industry! Even better, the program is expanding in 2016. Learn more: http://1.usa.gov/1IRf0df
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Nuclear technology is critical for the nation's energy and defense…So is finding safe, reliable, long-term solutions for nuclear waste.
See what we're doing about it: http://1.usa.gov/1Jp6NHS
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Send the waste too the SUN

GET IT OUT OF EARTH ATMOSPHERE

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As world leaders gather at ‪#‎COP21‬ in Paris to address climate change, we're working to help you understand the issues.

Explore our latest interactive to see how your state's carbon emissions compare with countries around the globe. The results may surprise you.

MORE → http://1.usa.gov/1RAJVfE ‪#‎ActOnClimate‬
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It really doesn't matter, you do know plants convert CO2 to grow 
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3D printing is revolutionizing how things are made. This process -- also known as additive manufacturing -- deposits material one tiny layer at a time, reducing material waste and saving energy.

Our +Oak Ridge National Laboratory Manufacturing Demonstration Facility recently 3D printed a replica of a 1952 Willys Army Jeep for the +Department of Defense to highlight the potential of this amazing technology.

Learn more about our efforts to make manufacturing more energy-efficient. → http://1.usa.gov/1Svav8i ‪#‎ActOnClimate‬
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Putting up holiday lights this ‪‎weekend‬? Find out how they work. → http://1.usa.gov/1SnMzUh
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This is how Obama wastes tax payers money trying to educate the ingrown population about lights
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With sales reaching an all-time high last year and more than half a million new jobs created since 2009, the auto industry is roaring back to life.

WATCH this video to learn how the Energy Department played a role in this resurgence by supporting advanced vehicle technologies that boost fuel efficiency and grow America's clean energy economy.
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From massive strides in energy efficiency to historic international agreements on climate change and nuclear security, 2015 was an exciting year for the Energy Department!

Watch our video breakdown of 2015 by the numbers, then check out the blog for more stories from the past year: http://bit.ly/energy-2015 
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Consumers are saving big on energy bills thanks to appliance standards, which improve the efficiency of heating and cooling systems, lights, electronics and many other essential products we use every day.

Check out our latest infographic to learn how appliance standards save you energy and money while slashing carbon pollution. → http://1.usa.gov/1Osu51h ‪#‎EnergySavingsWeek‬ ‪#‎ActOnClimate‬
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But yet food prices have not gone down


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The eyes of the world are on the climate talks in Paris, and the time to act is now.

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz lays out his vision for a low-carbon future powered by clean energy innovation. Read the blog: http://1.usa.gov/1IvxoI9 ‪ #COP21  #ActOnClimate
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This is HUGE. Today at the Paris climate conference, President Obama joined world leaders in announcing "Mission Innovation," a global initiative to boost public and private investment in the clean energy technologies of tomorrow. 

Clean energy innovation is the key to solving climate change, and this announcement affirms our nation's commitment to supporting the early-stage R&D that is critical to our clean energy future.

Learn about Mission Innovation: http://1.usa.gov/1PW9Bnd #COP21 #ActOnClimate
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+Terry Miller You'll better understand when you finally pass 8th grade science!
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In 1946, the first computer could add 5000 numbers per second.
Today, the nation's fastest supercomputer can perform in the QUADRILLIONS (1,000,000,000,000,000s!!!) of calculations per second.

Check out the full version of this infographic to learn supercomputer basics and see how far we've come: → http://1.usa.gov/1MTFFFZ ‪
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Building the new clean energy economy. Reducing nuclear dangers & environmental risks. Expanding the frontiers of knowledge via innovative scientific research.
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The mission of the Energy Department is to ensure America’s security and prosperity by addressing its energy, environmental and nuclear challenges through transformative science and technology solutions.