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Restoring America's Competitive Nuclear Energy Advantage
April 23, 2020
The Strategy to Restore American Nuclear Energy Leadership is a direct outcome from the efforts of the United States Nuclear Fuel Working Group established by the President in his July 12, 2019 Memorandum on the Effect of Uranium Imports on the National Security and Establishment of the United States Nuclear Fuel Working Group.

This comprehensive strategy includes policy recommendations on Executive, Congressional, and regulatory actions that could be taken to enhance the positive attributes of nuclear power, revive capabilities of the uranium mining, milling, and conversion industries, strengthen U.S. technology supremacy, and drive U.S. exports, while assuring consistency with U.S. nonproliferation objectives and supporting national security.
The strategy recommends:
  • Taking immediate and bold action to strengthen the uranium mining and conversion industries and restore the viability of the entire front-end of the nuclear fuel cycle.
  • Utilizing American technological innovation and advanced civil nuclear RD&D investments to consolidate technical advances and strengthen American leadership in the next generation of civil nuclear technologies.
  • Ensuring that there will be a healthy and growing nuclear energy sector to which uranium miners, fuel cycle providers, and reactor vendors can sell their products and services.
  • Taking a whole-of-government approach to supporting the U.S. nuclear energy industry in exporting civil nuclear technology in competition with state-owned enterprises.

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Connecting investors with experts and resources for energy technologies.
The Lab Partnering Service is a service of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Energy Investor Center. The service provides investors, and other parties looking to advance energy innovation, a single location to connect with leading DOE national laboratory technical experts to quickly answer innovation questions, as well as discover opportunities for building partnerships. Our goal is to increase access to the information needed to make informed decisions. Learn More

INL Site Conditions and Properties
This report provides a high-level review of potential technical, commercial, and natural components likely to influence the planning, preparing, and positioning for the future by investing in the build-out of energy systems at Idaho National Laboratory.
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Idaho National Lab website

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LLNL - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.PNG
Los Alamos National Lab website

Oak Ridge National Lab website
Pacific Northwest National Lab website
Sandia National Lab website

Savannah River National Lab website