President Signs Ban on Imports of Russian Uranium

12 percent of the uranium the U.S. uses for nuclear power as come from Russia. President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan bill from Congress this week that bans…

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DOE Loans $1.52 Billion to Restart Nuclear Power Plant in Michigan

Holtec International intends to recommission an 800 megawatt energy facility. The Department of Energy (DOE) authorized a $1.52 billion loan to Holtec International, supporting the company’s efforts to…

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U.S. to Announce Nuclear Energy Plan at UN Summit

The atomic fusion process makes technological advances. U.S. Special Envoy on Climate Change John Kerry announced this week that the U.S. will lay out the first international strategy…

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Interior Department Advances 15 Renewable Energy Projects

Multiple facilities will be created to generate power. Secretary Deb Haaland announced this month that the Department of the Interior is moving forward with 15 renewable energy projects…

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EPA Prepares New Carbon Capture Standards

However, the agency has been slow to approve permits for carbon capture injection wells. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is preparing to unveil new emission standards for natural…

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission Launches Ohio Power Plant Inspection

Officials seek to find the source of “multiple occurrences of ground settling.” The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) announced this past week that they are launching an inspection into…

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