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As states increasingly look to advanced nuclear, Wyoming, Virginia and Michigan lead the way
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As states increasingly look to advanced nuclear, Wyoming, Virginia and Michigan lead the way

"The Virginia Department of Energy’s Davis pointed to the recently announced Microsoft-Google-Nucor 24/7 clean electricity RFI as an opportunity for advanced nuclear power in southwestern Virginia, where a state-funded feasibility study last year identified seven promising SMR sites on or near decommissioned mine lands and the state-supported Energy DELTA Lab will 'deploy innovative and clean energy technologies,' including nuclear, that could support hyperscale data center and low-carbon hydrogen production clusters."

Conservatives are leading the clean energy expansion
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Conservatives are leading the clean energy expansion

"As vice chair of the Conservative Climate Caucus and Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Environment, Manufacturing, and Critical Materials, I, Congressman Carter, have seen an increased appetite for innovative energy solutions from my fellow Republicans. We know that clean energy will be integral in growing American energy dominance and addressing the environmental challenges that our world faces. We can do this in an all-of-the-above way, without sacrificing the reliability and affordability that fossil fuel sources have given us for generations."

To better support U.S. innovation, modernize the Energy Department
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To better support U.S. innovation, modernize the Energy Department

"The Department must take steps to better align with industry to advance its technology demonstration mission while protecting U.S. intellectual property from foreign adversaries. One way it can do this is to prioritize the permitting process for DOE-awarded projects. Absent a commitment from DOE to expedite permitting, many of these projects will encounter avoidable delays, jeopardizing potential investment and ultimately succumbing to the 'Valley of Death.' While projects will potentially require permits from a dozen agencies, the DOE will be on the receiving end of Congressional scrutiny should they miss key milestones."

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