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Video: The Nuclear of Tomorrow will Be Smaller

Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) CEO Maria Korsnick, appeared on Bloomberg News to provide an overview of nuclear energy today and how it will change in the future. 

Watch this broadcast which details current market challenges as well as the benefits of nuclear energy to our grid, environment and national security. 

And, hear what nuclear […]

Environmentalists Should Mourn Loss of Three Mile Island

As published in the May 27, 2019 Houston Chronicle

Smart environmentalists are up in arms over the imminent closure of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where a partial meltdown in 1979 squelched an industry.

Exelon Generation, the owner of the last operational reactor at the Pennsylvania facility, says it will not order new uranium […]

Team Susquehanna Earns Top Innovative Practice Award

Congratulations to Team Susquehanna for being recognized by the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) for innovation. They were presented with a Top Innovative Practice (TIP) Award at NEI’s annual Nuclear Energy Assembly event.

Team Susquehanna’s use of 3D printing technology to create solutions for obsolete parts in-house was recognized with a TIP […]

International Experts Urge Policymakers to Support Nuclear

As published on NEI’s June 4 Blog

Fatih Birol—the executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA)—is a big name in the energy world. The Financial Times has declared him the Energy Personality of the Year and T. Boone Pickens tapped him as one of the seven most powerful voices in energy a decade ago, […]

Declining Use of Nuclear Power May Increase Reliance on Fossil Fuels: Study”

As published in the May 28 edition of The Hill

The declining use of nuclear power may increase reliance on fossil fuels, making it harder for countries to meet their goal of reducing carbon emissions, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA).

“Without an important contribution from nuclear power, the global […]