NIA Releases New Report “Promoting Efficient NRC Advanced Reactor Licensing Reviews to Enable Rapid Decarbonization”
WASHINGTON (December 15th, 2021) - Today the Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) released a new report, “Promoting Efficient NRC Advanced Reactor Licensing Reviews to Enable Rapid Decarbonization.” In this report, the NIA explores how the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and Industry can make advanced reactor licensing both more effective and more efficient. Unnecessarily long licensing reviews raise significant barriers to investment, reduce customer interest in advanced reactors, and threaten successful long-term deployment of advanced nuclear reactors.
Nuclear Innovation Alliance Supports New Nuclear Fee Reform Legislation To Drive Innovation for the Public Good
WASHINGTON (December 8th, 2021) - Nuclear Innovation Alliance Executive Director Judi Greenwald issued the following statement on the introduction of the ‘Accelerating Nuclear Innovation through Fee Reform Act’ by Representatives Gonzalez and Luria today:
NIA Statement on the Release of the New Report “Due Diligence for Advanced Nuclear Technology Companies: A Guide for Potential Investors”
Today the Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) released a new report, “Due Diligence for Advanced Nuclear Technology Companies: A Guide for Potential Investors.” This report is an introductory guide for potential investors in companies developing advanced nuclear technologies for electric power generation, industrial or district heating, hydrogen production, or other applications. The guide describes advanced reactor characteristics and considerations that may be of particular interest for evaluating investments.
NIA Statement on the Release of “Advanced Nuclear Reactors for State Policymakers, A Brief”
Today the Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) released a new report, “Advanced Nuclear Reactors for State Policymakers, A Brief.” This brief serves as an introduction to advanced nuclear energy projects and policies for state-level policymakers and stakeholders. The Brief describes advanced reactor technology and its benefits, providing an overview of enabling federal policies, and reviewing state options to incentivize local development of advanced reactors. The report also contains case studies of emerging, state-specific advanced nuclear projects like: