high assay, low enriched uranium (HALEU)
DOE released RFPs to build a U.S. supply chain for the specialized uranium fuel needed for advanced nuclear reactors — now available only from Russia.
DOE is estimating that 500 to 750 GW of clean, firm power — including 200 GW of new nuclear — will be needed to reach net-zero emissions economy-wide by 2050.
A House Energy & Commerce subcommittee heard testimony on the state of the nuclear industry as its members start work on a bill to deploy new advanced reactors.
The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, formerly known as the Build Back Better Act, is once again hanging on the vote of a conservative Democrat.
Decarbonizing the US economy by 2050 will require doubling nuclear energy generation by deploying 100 GW of advanced reactors, according to reports by the NIA.
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