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House Proceeding 10-22-07 on Oct 22nd, 2007 :: 0:08:45 to 0:11:18
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Nick Lampson

0:02:45 to 0:08:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Nick Lampson

Nick Lampson

0:08:31 to 0:08:45( Edit History Discussion )

Nick Lampson: u.s. industry more competitive and enhances the quality of life for american workers, their families, and the communities that they serve. again i wan t to thank mr.nk inglis for working to make

David G. Reichert

0:08:45 to 0:09:00( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: this a better bill. i encourage my colleagues to support h.r. 3775. mr. speaker, i for right now reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from washington

David G. Reichert

0:08:45 to 0:11:18( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: David G. Reichert

David G. Reichert

0:09:00 to 0:09:13( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: is recogniz ed. mr. richert: mr. speaker, i rise today in support of h.r. 3775, the industrial energy efficiency research and development act of nt 2007. i yield myself such time as i may consume. the

David G. Reichert

0:09:13 to 0:09:27( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: industrial sector of our economy is currently the largest user of energy. according to the department's energy -- of energy's energy information administration, the industrial sector consumed

David G. Reichert

0:09:27 to 0:09:41( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: 32% of the nation's energy in 2006. while the industrial sector has made impressive efficiency gains since 1980, more is needed and more company done. the department of energy currently runs

David G. Reichert

0:09:41 to 0:09:56( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: the industrial technology programs, i.t.p., whose mission it is to improve the energy intensity of the united states industrial sector whose industries include aluminum, chemicals, forest

David G. Reichert

0:09:56 to 0:10:08( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: products, glass, metal castings, mining, prume refining and steal. it engages in partnerships with industry to conduct research and development into energy efficiency technologies as well as demonstrating

David G. Reichert

0:10:08 to 0:10:24( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: those technologies and transferring them to the marketplace. the program has been very successful in its efforts with over 140 projects reaching the commercial market. the i.t.p. also conducts

David G. Reichert

0:10:24 to 0:10:43( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: energy assessments to help industrial manufacturers of all sizes. through both its save energy now and university-based industrial assessment centers, i.a.c.'s, the save energy now program completed

David G. Reichert

0:10:43 to 0:10:54( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: 265 assessments that identified energy savings ever more than $585 million per year. the i.a.c.'s serve a duel role, -- dual role, aiding small and medium sized energy costs and the training

David G. Reichert

0:10:54 to 0:11:07( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: of university students who will take the efficiency knowledge they learned and apply it in the work force. this will ensure the i.t.p.'s work will continue to help the industrial sectoreduce

David G. Reichert

0:11:07 to 0:11:18( Edit History Discussion )

David G. Reichert: its costs which not only helps them remain globally competitive while allowing them to keep their operations in the united states of america. further, the i.t.p. aids our country's goal of reducing

Nick Lampson

0:11:18 to 0:11:27( Edit History Discussion )

Nick Lampson: our dependence on foreign sources of energy by improving this critical sector's use ofs energy. i thank you. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from

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