Report Calls for Changes to Nuclear Energy Technology Export Controls
WASHINGTON – The Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) today released recommendations to improve the efficiency of U.S. export controls for nuclear energy technologies. The report makes recommendations to the federal government and industry on how to better enable the international flow of unclassified nuclear energy assistance and technology to help address global energy challenges and enable commercial opportunities.
New Report Calls for Reforms to Support Small Modular Reactor Development
WASHINGTON – The Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) today released recommendations to support the development and commercialization of small modular reactors (SMRs) by U.S. companies. The report provides guidance for state and federal governments to accelerate both light water and non-light water SMR design availability to meet global energy challenges and national security imperatives.
Experts Call for Regulatory Changes to Enable Advanced Nuclear Reactor Innovation
Nuclear Innovation Alliance recommendations call for updating the regulatory process. Cambridge, Mass. – The Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) today released recommendations calling for updating the regulatory process for advanced nuclear reactors. Representing a diverse group of technical experts, nuclear technology companies, investors, environmental organizations and academics, the organization developed recommendations that address opportunities within the regulatory, policy and industry arenas to facilitate the efficient, predictable and safe licensing of a new generation of reactors.
Investors and Innovators to Accelerate the Deployment of Advanced Nuclear Energy
PRESS RELEASE: November 19th, 2015 Nuclear Innovation Alliance to focus on commercialization of non-traditional technologies Cambridge, Mass. – The Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) was formally launched today as a non-profit organization focused on accelerating the deployment of safer, lower cost and more secure advanced nuclear power technologies.