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Pressure on U.S. Nuclear Power Could Mount if Sanctions Imposed on Russian Uranium

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and ensuing sanctions may have a limited immediate impact on the U.S. nuclear industry, despite its reliance on uranium imports. Potential implications over the longer term,…


NRC Dramatically Reconsiders SLR Approvals, Sets New Conditions for Nuclear Life Extensions

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission  (NRC) in a dramatic reversal on Feb. 24 threw out a key environmental review that staff applied to subsequent license renewal (SLR) approvals for units at…


Groups Say Nuclear Power Is Helping Achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals

Nuclear power contributes greatly to achieving each of the 17 United Nations (U.N.) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a 24-page report produced through a collaborative effort by a handful of organizations…


NEI’s New Ad Campaign “See the Light” Embraces a Carbon-Free Future

What’s New? The Nuclear Energy Institute launched its “See the Light” ad campaign, which speaks to the critical role nuclear energy plays in our carbon-free future. With eye-catching bursts of light…


NRC's New Chairman Urged to Heed Agency's Climate Policy Role

Christopher Hanson, a nuclear energy government and industry veteran, has taken the helm of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). The designation by President Joe Biden on Jan. 23 may provide…