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Energy Policy Act of 2005

Published June 28, 2005

The Act is a long-term energy policy for the United States, containing provisions on traditional and alternative energy technology, production, conservation, standards, and more. Its tax subsidies have been the subject of discussion. The act also contains an amendment allowing exportation of U.S. highly enriched uranium to isotope production reactors in various countries.

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