Jeff Luse writes in RealClearEnergy about Poland’s nuclear energy renaissance.
- Poland has signed agreements with several American nuclear energy companies to bring their technologies to the European nation.
- While it is encouraging to see the U.S. export its innovations, regulatory burdens are hurting America’s ability to advance nuclear power domestically and compete on the global stage.
- The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s licensing process, which is required to operate nuclear power in America, takes an average of six years and millions of dollars to complete.
- Congress should learn from Poland and implement regulatory reform to accelerate American nuclear energy.
Read the full article here.