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Watch the recording of last week's webinar with Alicia Barton (CEO, Firstlight Power), Scott Corwin (Executive Director, Northwest Public Power Association), Patricia A. Hoffman (Acting Assistant Secretary, Office of Electricity at the U.S. Department of Energy), and moderated by Peter Rose in partnership with Hydro-Quebec.
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Watch the recording of last week's live event in Washington, D.C. with Paula Glover (President of Alliance to Save Energy) in partnership with Energy Dialogues and their North American Gas Forum.
Expert Insight: No, Nuclear Power is Not Actually “Dangerous”
From our partners at Climate Change Resources comes a new expert insight examining the myth that nuclear power is dangerous.

"The energy source being vastly underemployed is nuclear. And the myth that stands in the way, so widely accepted as truth, is that “nuclear power is dangerous.”
The acceptance of this four-word declarative statement as truth is pretty widespread. People’s fears about nuclear energy emerged in the 1970’s due to misinformation and media exacerbation of a small number of “nuclear incidents.” This misinformation manifests itself in two main topics of debate regarding nuclear energy: citing the “nuclear incidents” that have occurred and questioning the waste produced by nuclear power plants."
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Atlantic Council
November 16, 2021
NYU School of Law, HR&A Advisors, The Brattle Group, Steven Winter Associates
November 15, 2021
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POLITICO ENERGY: Is limiting energy exports a solution to rising fuel prices?
Republicans have been pummeling the Biden administration over high energy prices. But on Tuesday, Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chair Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) and Sen. Angus King (I-Vt.) questioned whether limiting natural gas exports might take the heat off the rise in that fuel’s prices. POLITICO’S Ben Lefebvre breaks down whether that solution could actually work and the political strategy behind it.

Listen to this POLITICO ENERGY podcast hosted by Annie Snider!
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