Ernest Moniz: Person DB Profile: All Organizations

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This page lists all organizations mentioned in articles mentioning Ernest Moniz relating to Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the Ernest Moniz Person DB Profile.

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Energy Department   37.50% (297)
Environmental Protection Agency   34.34% (272)
Natural Resources Defense Council   23.86% (189)
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology   22.98% (182)
Energy Initiative   20.20% (160)
Department Of Energy   16.04% (127)
Southern Co   14.52% (115)
Southern Company   13.64% (108)
Entergy Corp   11.99% (95)
American Electric Power   11.62% (92)
Denbury Resources Inc   11.49% (91)
National Enhanced Oil Recovery Initiative   11.49% (91)
Energy Information Administration   10.10% (80)
Carnegie Mellon University   10.10% (80)
California Energy Commission   9.72% (77)
Hydrogen Energy California   9.47% (75)
Texas Clean Energy   9.47% (75)
Public Service Commission   9.22% (73)
Us Department Of Energy   7.70% (61)
Edison Electric Institute   6.57% (52)
Arch Coal Inc   6.44% (51)
Us Environmental Protection Agency   6.31% (50)
Cloud Peak Energy   6.31% (50)
American Coalition For Clean Coal Electricity   5.93% (47)
National Journal   5.18% (41)
Energy Department Under Obama   5.05% (40)
International In Menlo Park   4.29% (34)
Mississippi Power Co   3.91% (31)
Council Of Advisors On Science   3.79% (30)
House Energy   3.54% (28)
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