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ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ENERGY CONSERVATION
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Page 3 - Federal Program and Congressional Interest History From 1974 through 1980, Congress established several complementary programs, primarily at the Department of Energy (DOE), to implement energy saving measures in virtually every sector of societal activity. These programs were created primarily in response to national security and economic stability concerns. However, progress in the use of more efficient technologies has affected and is likely to continue to affect national interests in industrial...