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Former Nuclear Leaders: Say ‘No’ to New Reactors

The former heads of nuclear power regulation in the U.S., Germany, and France, along with the former secretary to the UK's government radiation protection committee, have issued a joint statement…



Keeping Critical Facilities Running in the Aftermath of a Storm: Lessons Learned from Hurricane Ida

Hurricanes are the leading cause of power outages in the U.S. Power outages can make storms exponentially more dangerous for local populations, especially if they affect critical facilities like hospitals,…


Hydrogen Prices Skyrocket Over 2021 Amid Tight Power and Gas Supply

Hydrogen prices across key European countries rose over the course of 2021, primarily driven by gas and power price spikes amid tight supply, while record carbon prices lifted grey hydrogen…


The Infrastructure Law Can Help America Catch China in the Clean Energy Race

President Biden’s signature infrastructure law aims to, among other objectives, propel America forward in transitioning to a clean energy economy. If its proposals are executed properly, I’m confident that it will…


Tapping the Power of Wind: The Opportunity of Offshore Wind Farms in Ireland

A modern-day gold rush has emerged off the Irish coast that is unlike other resource grabs in Earth’s history—for petroleum, minerals, coal, metals, etc.—because this particular resource is limitless. Harvesting…


The Urgency of Protecting the Electric Grid from Cyberattacks

The clock is ticking to protect the electric grid from cyberattacks. Adversarial nations, terrorists, and criminal groups have been refining their techniques since before Dan Coats, director of National Intelligence,…