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.

NRC Chairman Designation Statement from NIA

The Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) today released the following statement in response to the designation of Christopher Hanson as the new Chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. This statement may be attributed to NIA Executive Director Judi Greenwald:

Nuclear Innovation Alliance Announces Selection of New Executive Director

The Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA), a nonprofit think tank and advocacy organization dedicated to catalyzing public policy and private investment support for advanced nuclear technology to address climate change and global energy access, is pleased to announce the selection of its new Executive Director, Judi Greenwald.

Nuclear Innovation Alliance Begins New Leadership Search

WASHINGTON – The Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) today launches its search for a new Executive Director to lead its efforts in commercializing advanced nuclear technologies. As an independent not-for-profit organization, NIA's mission includes reducing and, if possible, eliminating barriers to advanced reactor deployment, enabling supportive policies, and coordinating efforts on federal policy and financing.

Report Examines Nuclear Energy Cooperation Between the U.S. and the Republic of Korea

WASHINGTON – The Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) today released a report U.S.-ROK Cooperation on Nuclear Energy to Address Climate Change. Global greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, with a limited window to reduce them by mid-century. Both the United States and the Republic of Korea (ROK) remain dependent on traditional fossil fuel use for over 80% of their energy consumption. The two countries saw their carbon emissions rise in 2018, and neither country is on a trajectory to reduce emissions at a rate consistent with scientific assessments for what is necessary to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.