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2018/12/21 – E&E
DOE Skirts Shutdown Brouhaha
2018/12/14 – Utility Dive
House to Introduce Carbon Capture Bill Amid Questions of Tech Viability
2018/12/04 – The Colorado Sun
Xcel Energy Aims to Have Zero Carbon Emissions
2018/12/04 – Energy News Network
Will ambitious Xcel climate plan include carbon capture?
2018/11/15 – Washington Examiner
Lawmakers Eye Working Together on Small-Ball Climate Bills
2018/10/05 – Politico Pro
Nuclear Power's Predicament
2018/09/28 – E&E
Trump Signs "Moonshot" Storage Bill
2018/09/28 – E&E
Experts Say Nuclear Bill a Breakthrough, But More Needed
2018/09/26 – E&E
Nuclear Fee Bill Passes
2018/09/06 – Washington Examiner
Senators in Both Parties Look to Military to Save Nuclear Power
2018/09/09 – E&E
Senate Aide Joins Conservative Clean Energy Group
2018/09/10 – Utility Dive
Bipartisan Senators Seek to Revive Nuclear Energy Investment
2018/09/07 – E&E
Bipartisan bill aims to reinvigorate nuclear research efforts
2018/07/25 – Quartz
Carbon Capture Touted as Economic Win
2018/05/25 – E&E
Trump aide touts carbon reductions at global summit
2018/05/22 – E&E
Senate panel passes Barrasso-Whitehouse carbon capture bill
2018/05/13 – Washington Examiner
Trump is greener than you think he is
2018/05/07 – E&E
Clean energy group adds to advisory board
2018/05/07 – Washington Examiner
Former Trump energy adviser joins conservative clean energy group
2018/05/02 – Reuters
Clean energy sector swings Republican
2018/04/12 – E&E Daily
Barrasso-Whitehouse carbon capture bill called 'critical'
2018/04/03 – Greenwire
Groups: Don't skimp on energy innovation dollars
2018/03/12 – Greenwire
Carbon capture credit will cause a 'surge' in projects
2018/03/01 – Houston Chronicle
Perry calls shift from fossil fuels 'immoral'
2018/03/01 – Utility Dive
The Stealth NOPR?
2018/02/20 – America Trends Podcast
Does nuclear power in America deserve another look? (Rich Powell interview)
2018/02/09 – Houston Chronicle
Congressional budget deal includes carbon capture funding
2018/02/09 – Quartz
Trump signed landmark carbon capture tech bill
2018/02/08 – Washington Examiner
Senate puts clean energy incentives in spending deal
2018/01/11 – Washington Examiner
California's last nuclear plant to close
2017/12/21 – N.Y. Times
Georgia Keeps Nuclear Project Alive
2017/11/13 – Wall Street Journal
Future of U.S. Nuclear Is Bright – And Non-Negotiable
2017/11/06 – Washington Examiner
Rep. Ryan Costello: China 'cleaning our clock'
2017/11/02 – Washington Examiner
Energy Winners, Losers in House GOP tax reform plan
2017/10/31 – Greentech Media
Experts Debate Energy Department's Coal, Nuclear Market Intervention
2017/10/24 – Axios
New muscle for energy innovation group
2017/10/14 – Casper Star-Tribune
Wyoming Carbon Capture Push Continues
2017/10/09 – Greenwire
Perry Delivers Nuclear For Trump
2017/10/03 – Houston Chronicle
Hope yet for carbon capture under Trump?
2017/09/29 – Washington Post
Rick Perry Proposes Sweeping New Steps to Help Struggling Nuclear
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A panel of experts discussed the Nuclear Energy Leadership Act (NELA), a comprehensive blueprint for the U.S. to once again lead the world in next-generation nuclear power. NELA addresses the lack of aggressive yet achievable milestones for U.S.-led advanced reactor technologies and of an overall long-term strategy for the direction of U.S. nuclear science and engineering research and development.

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