Statement on the Addition of Two New Senior Fellows to the Nuclear Innovation Alliance Team
Washington, D.C. (March 22, 2023) The following statement may be attributed to Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) Executive Director Judi Greenwald:
“I am pleased to welcome Stephen Greene and Marc Chupka to the Nuclear Innovation Alliance team as senior fellows. Marc and Stephen bring with them several decades of experience in energy finance, energy and environmental policy, and energy market analysis. They will provide expert advice to NIA on advanced nuclear energy finance and economics.
Nuclear Innovation Alliance Statement on the Release of a New Report, “Improving the Effectiveness and Efficiency of the Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards”
WASHINGTON D.C. (March 1st, 2023) The Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) shared the following statements on the release today of their newest report, “Improving the Effectiveness and Efficiency of the Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards.” This new publication, developed in partnership with former Nuclear Regulatory Commissioner Jeffrey S.
Nuclear Innovation Alliance Reaction to the State of the Union: Comments from Executive Director Judi Greenwald
(Washington, D.C. - February 8, 2023) In his State of the Union Address, President Biden emphasized the urgency of addressing climate change and building resilient clean energy infrastructure. He highlighted the potential of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) to spur necessary investments in clean energy technologies and urged Congress to continue to make progress on these important priorities.
Nuclear Innovation Alliance Statement on the Release of a New Report, “Transforming the U.S. Department of Energy: Paving the Way to Commercialize Advanced Nuclear Energy”
WASHINGTON D.C. (January 19th, 2023) The Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) shared the following statement on the release of a new report, “Transforming the U.S. Department of Energy: Paving the Way to Commercialize Advanced Nuclear Energy.” This new publication provides recommendations on how DOE can be more effective in helping to commercialize advanced nuclear energy technologies. These recommendations include, for example, developing an advanced nuclear energy earthshot, adopting a more businesslike approach, and improving DOE’s program integration efforts.