NIA Statement on the White House Release of Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Request

Nuclear Innovation Alliance Executive Director Judi Greenwald issued the following statement on the release of topline spending figures for the U.S. Department of Energy in President Biden’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 budget request:  

"We are encouraged by what we see in the President's budget request for FY 2022. Advanced nuclear technologies will need to be part of the overall solution to reaching mid-century climate goals. We need sufficient investments in research, development, and commercialization now to ensure that happens: this budget is a good first step in that direction." 

New Report Targets Fee Reform to Catalyze Advanced Nuclear Energy for Mid-Century Decarbonization

The New Recommendations from the Nuclear Innovation Alliance Highlight Actions Congress and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Should Take to Ensure Advanced Nuclear Technologies are Developed and Deployed Quickly

NIA Statement on the New U.S. Nationally Determined Contribution to Global Climate Mitigation

Nuclear Innovation Alliance Executive Director Judi Greenwald issued the following statement on the announcement by President Biden today of the new U.S. Nationally Determined Contribution as part of the U.S. reentry into the the Paris Agreement:                 

NIA Statement on the Upcoming Climate Summit

Nuclear Innovation Alliance Executive Director Judi Greenwald issued the following statement on the upcoming Leaders Summit on Climate that will be hosted by President Biden from April 22-23, 2021:

Leading Think Tanks Release Strategy for Development of Advanced Nuclear Energy in the United States

WASHINGTON, D.C. (February 16, 2021) – Today the Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) and Partnership for Global Security (PGS) released a joint report defining a comprehensive strategy for the U.S. to become the global leader in advanced nuclear power.