CATF Welcomes Introduction of Nuclear Energy Leadership Act
The Clean Air Task Force applauds the introduction of the bi-partisan Nuclear Energy Leadership Act (NELA).
Advanced Nuclear Advocates Applaud Senate NELA Intro
A coalition of nine advanced nuclear advocates today applauded introduction of the bipartisan Nuclear Energy Leadership Act as an important step in creating a comprehensive blueprint for bolstering the next-generation of the nation’s largest source of reliable and carbon-free power. Led by Senate Energy and Natural Resources Chairman Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Sen. Cory Booker
Updating the Licensing Pathway to Enable Nuclear Innovation
Recent headlines have brought the issue of global warming back into sharp focus. Scientists are predicting that melting ice sheets in Antarctica and elsewhere could raise sea levels by as much as six feet by the end of this century. That’s enough to threaten coastal cities around the world. The one bright spot? Researchers say […]
The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Has Some Excellent Advice for the President on Climate Change
Two months ago, President Obama’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology issued a nine-page open letter to the President outlining six critical, common-sense pathways for the Administration to address global climate change during his second term. Released without much fanfare, the letter appears to have disappeared from public view, and review. Too bad, as […]
DoD: A Model for Energy Innovation?
Recently, the Clean Air Task Force and our colleagues at The Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes at Arizona State University, assessed the opportunities and challenges at the U.S. Department of Defense for accelerating a national and even global transition to advanced and clean energy technologies. Building on background papers, a workshop, new research, and […]