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Dan ByersStephen Eule

Virtually unheard of just 3 months ago, the Green New Deal (GND) has burst into the national debate faster and more furiously than any issue in recent memory.

Matt Letourneau

This week marks the Nuclear Energy Institute’s (NEI’s) second annual Nuclear Innovation Week, when top industry experts gather in Washington, D.C., to discuss and celebrate the international research, development and d

Matt Letourneau

As we look back on CERAWeek 2019, it is once again apparent just how much the energy sector has become a high tech industry.  The theme of this year’s conference, attended by Global Energy Institute president and CEO Karen Harbert, was “Silicon Valley

Matt Letourneau

The latest installment in our EnergyInnovates series takes us to Corvallis, Oregon, home to NuScale, a company that is changing the way we think about nuclear energy. 

Stephen Eule

Things are happening so fast in the U.S. energy sector that the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) is having a tough time keeping up. You really can’t blame the agency because America’s energy producers just keep exceeding everybody’s expectations.

Heath Knakmuhs

One of our most popular annual features is our state-by-state comparison of electricity prices.  As in past years, we base our electricity rate map upon the most recent full year price data released by the

Heath Knakmuhs

            Here at the Global Energy Institute, we have always advocated for a diverse, reliable mix of energy resources that contribute toward keeping America secure, prosperous, and clean.  A key cornerstone of that energy mix is our fleet of 99 commercial nuclear reactors that provide approxi

Christopher Guith

Ever since the “Shale Gale” put the brakes on the nuclear renaissance, much of the nuclear world has focused on Small Modular Reactor (SMRs) as the future of fission.  SMRs are smaller, and therefore more versatile than their full sized Light Water Reactor brethren, and could be deployed in a wid

A 31-year-old fee on many American's electricity bills to pay for a phantom nuclear waste facility is no more, the Associated Press reports:

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