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This is a recording of the Nuclear Innovation Alliance's virtual event for the publication of NIA's new report, " Transforming the U.S. Department of Energy: Paving the Way to Commercialize Advanced Nuclear Energy". This report, which can be found here on NIA's website, provides recommendations on how the Department of Energy (DOE) can be more effective in helping to commercialize advanced nuclear energy technologies, and how it can catalyze the private-public partnership that is needed to reach full-scale commercialization.

During this event, Executive Director Judi Greenwald and Nuclear Innovation Analyst Erik Cothron present what is in this report, and a special panel of guests give their thoughts. This special panel includes:

Dr. Kathryn Huff, Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy, U.S. Department of Energy; Daniel Dziadon, Professional Staff Member, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, & Technology; Rory Stanley, Professional Staff Member, U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources Scott A. Kopple, Senior Director, Government Relations, BWX Technologies, Inc.; David M. Hart, Professor at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University and senior fellow at the Center for Clean Energy Innovation at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

This NIA Fact Sheet highlights the deployment timeline of selected advanced reactors projects supported by federal partnerships in the United States and expected advanced reactor engagement with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in FY2023.

NIA's public comment to the Internal Revenue Service's request for comment notice on prevailing wage, apprenticeship, domestic content, and energy communities requirements under the act commonly known as the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. (Comment ID: IRS-2022-0025-0117)

This NIA Fact Sheet gives an overview of the existing and emerging demands for hydrogen and how hydrogen produced from nuclear energy can play a huge role in decarbonizing our future. The sheet highlights ongoing nuclear-hydrogen demonstration projects and recent federal investments in developing nuclear-hydrogen projects.