The United States Department of Energy (DOE) wants to take part in the development of future nuclear power technology and is launching a funding pool of USD 30 million for this purpose in 2018, announces DOE.
The money will be awarded on the basis of cost-sharing, meaning that documented expenses in relation to development projects are eligible for funding. The desire to promote nuclear power is important to US Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, as he says in a statement:
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