Energy and Commerce Committee


Nuclear Energy Progress Powers Up with New DOE Effort


WASHINGTON, DC – Emissions-free nuclear energy in the United States continues to make progress.

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)...

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E&C Republican Leader Greg Walden’s Statement on Rep. Pete Olson’s Retirement


WASHINGTON, DC – Energy and Commerce Committee Republican Leader Greg Walden (R-OR) made the following statement on the retirement of Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX). Rep. Olson serves on the House Energy and Commerce Committee and is a member of the Communications and Technology and the Energy subcommittees.

"Pete Olson has always been dedicated to service. As a Navy Aviator – where he was deployed overseas – to his years serving Texans in Congress.  

"I had the honor of working with Pete on the Energy and Commerce Committee for the last decade, and...

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Walden Statement on Full Committee Passage of Key Telecommunications, Consumer Safety, Energy, and Health Care Bills


WASHINGTON, DC – Energy and Commerce Committee Republican Leader Greg Walden (R-OR) released the following statement on the passage of bills to combat illegal robocalls, protect consumers, improve energy systems and delivery, strengthen America's public health programs, and shield Americans from surprise medical bills through the Energy and Commerce Committee.

"When you can advance solutions to stop illegal robocalls, keep kids safe, expand the energy workforce, bolster cybersecurity needs, fund key public health initiatives, and protect patients from surprise medical bills, that’s a really good day....

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