We need clean firm electricity for a decarbonized energy system
If we’re going to decarbonize, we’re going to need a lot more electricity. And if we’re going to do it successfully, affordably, and reliably, we’re going to need to deploy every type of zero-carbon energy technology available to us.
Armond Cohen Testimony Before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce
On Tuesday, April 18th, Armond Cohen, Executive Director of Clean Air Task Force, provided testimony before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce.
Establishing the Framework to Facilitate Licensing of New Nuclear Projects in Embarking Countries
Nuclear energy is increasingly being recognized as a key pathway for meeting deep decarbonization goals.
Bipartisan ADVANCE Act introduced in U.S. Senate marks an important step in American nuclear energy leadership
We applaud Senate leaders for their commitment to strengthening the U.S. nuclear energy sector by introducing the ADVANCE Act.
Clean energy advocates call on Nuclear Regulatory Commission to move forward with Diablo Canyon licensing process
In a letter to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), clean energy advocates called for an exemption to be granted for Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant to continue operations while its application for license renewal is under review.
Nuclear energy’s role in global decarbonization efforts
Three nuclear energy engineers joined Clean Air Task Force in the Zero-Carbon Future pavilion at COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
Nuclear fusion breakthrough validates science and strengthens case for public and private support
CATF applauds the important milestone of reaching net fusion by the National Ignition Facility (NIF) at Lawrence Livermore National Labs.
Landmark federal climate and clean energy legislation shows pragmatic climate policy is possible in a wide range of political landscapes
A new analysis from Clean Air Task Force assesses the four landmark pieces of U.S. climate and clean energy legislation passed over the last two years, a period that straddles multiple presidential administrations.