Nuclear Matters applauds New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy for signing important, bipartisan legislation that protects New Jersey’s clean energy future by creating a zero-emission certificate program for nuclear power plants, preserving the economic and environmental benefits of this vital energy source for years to come.

As mothers, we care deeply about our children’s futures. As environmentalists, we are fighting to ensure that our children live in a world that prioritizes their health and the environment. With Mother’s Day around the corner, now is the perfect time to consider the ways we can provide for our children – including protecting and preserving their planet.

Nuclear Matters welcomes findings of a new report by noted power markets expert Dr. Lawrence Makovich outlining how continued closures of nuclear facilities will lower consumer benefits, make the PJM electricity supply less resilient especially during extreme weather events, harm the environment and raise electricity costs

Nuclear Matters applauds the bipartisan passage of the Nuclear Waste Policy Amendments Act of 2018, H.R. 3053.

The value of cost-effective nuclear resources in the PJM power supply portfolio

Having the opportunity to solve both of these problems is why I became a nuclear engineer.  That’s why we’re building a new kind of nuclear reactor at Transatomic Power.

A new report from The Brattle Group outlines the environmental and economic impacts of nuclear power facility closures in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Click here to read the report.

FirstEnergy’s announcement that they are planning to close the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station and Perry Nuclear Power Plant in Ohio and the Beaver Valley Power Station in Pennsylvania should serve as a wake-up call for policymakers around the challenges facing nuclear plants across the country and the urgent need for solutions to ensure their continued operation.

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