Kathryn Huff, Assistant Secretary of Energy for Nuclear Energy

Kathryn Huff, Assistant Secretary of Energy for Nuclear Energy

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Energy Department Invests in Fusion Hub Development

Nuclear fusion offers energy without waste. The Department of Energy (DOE) announced $42 million this month to establish integrated research hubs that will advance and develop nuclear fusion…

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House Passes Ban on Russian Uranium Imports for Nuclear Power

The measure provides an emergency measure in case no other sources are available to the U.S. The House of Representatives passed a ban this week on the import…

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New Nuclear Reactor Approved by Administration 

It may begin operations as early as 2026.  The Nuclear Regulatory Commission gave approval to Kairos Power this week for the construction of a salt-cooled, high-temperature nuclear reactor.…

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$4.2 Billion for Global Nuclear Energy Announced at COP28

Sapporo 5 nations vow to develop an international supply chain. The United States, Canada, France, Japan, and the United Kingdom dedicated $4.2 billion to develop the global nuclear…

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Energy Department Announces Fusion Energy Partnership with UK

The program seeks to overcome obstacles to fusion energy commercialization. The U.S. Department of Energy announced a new partnership with energy agencies of the United Kingdom to expedite…

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Senators Draft Letter to President on Hydrogen Tax Credit Flexibility

Legislators say limiting tax credits to new energy sources will limit market development. Ten Senators drafted a letter to President Biden’s administration advocating for greater leniency within the…

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EPA Issues New Rules for Factories and Power Plants 

The “Good Neighbor Plan” impacts 23 states.  The Environmental Protection Agency introduced new rules that are intended to limit power plant and factory emissions—particularly for those industries located…

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Energy Department Announces Funds for Nuclear Power Plants 

Both existing operational and closed facilities are receiving assistance.  The Department of Energy has announced a $1.2 billion fund dedicated to extending the life of America’s aging nuclear…

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U.S. Manufacturer Chosen for Poland’s Nuclear Project

Westinghouse to provide technology for the first project phase. Poland’s Council of Ministers chose the U.S. company Westinghouse Electrical Corporation last week as the technology provider for their…

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