On behalf of our 500,000+ grassroots advocates, we strongly support the recommendation of the Nuclear Fuel Working Group (NFWG) to restore America’s competitive nuclear energy advantage and remove the Development Finance Corporation’s (DFC) legacy prohibition on support for nuclear energy projects for three key reasons.

Nuclear Matters is pleased to welcome The Honorable Jeffrey S. Merrifield to the Nuclear Matters Advocacy Council.

Nuclear Matters is thrilled with Energy Harbor Corp’s decision to rescind the March 2018 notices to deactivate the Beaver Valley Power Station. The station’s two units, scheduled for deactivation in 2021, will remain a part of Pennsylvania’s energy portfolio and – most importantly – continue to employ over 1,000 people while contributing to the state’s carbon-free energy future as long as Pennsylvania enters the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), by 2022 as announced.

Blog: Your primary vote matters!

Mar 17, 2020 6:04 AM

"Whether or not your state’s primary is on March 17, we all have an opportunity to send politicians an important message this electoral year: there is no credible 21st century energy plan without nuclear carbon-free energy."

- Nuclear Matters Advocacy Council Member and former Senator and Governor of New Hampshire Judd Gregg

We know the facts: climate change isn’t going anywhere, and nuclear carbon-free energy must be a part of any serious clean energy solutions. Here are five reasons why it’s important to vote with Nuclear Matters today. 

The 2020 election season is here! And with it a renewed focus on hot topic issues like the environment, public health and the economy. Candidates may disagree about how to approach these issues, but the one thing we should all agree on is the importance of including nuclear carbon-free energy as part of the solution.

Karyne Jones, President and Chief Executive Officer, of the National Caucus and Center on Black Aging, adds her voice to the Nuclear Matters Advocacy Council

Nuclear Matters is disappointed in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) decision on December 19 to make it more difficult and expensive for states in the PJM Interconnection market to pursue policies that support zero-carbon energy sources like nuclear, wind, solar and other renewables.

Load More