The following articles can be used to contact your legislators about important bills that will help break down barriers for nuclear power and accelerate the deployment of advanced reactors. Your lawmakers need to know that their constituents support nuclear power. Take as many of these actions as you like.
This bill is somehow both visionary and common sense, and it needs your support.
Our friends at Canadians for Nuclear Energy wrote this fantastic petition and it needs your signature.
Provincial and national lawmakers need to hear from their constituents that we should continue to support nuclear innovation to achieve a clean energy future for Canada and for the rest of the world.
The potential closure of two operating nuclear plants in Ohio has once again become a reality after their rescue legislation, HB6, has been caught up in a bribery scandal involving allegations against the Ohio House Speaker, Larry Householder. We need to repeal and replace it.
Our message to IL state legislators is simple: Do whatever is necessary to keep these plants operating by working with Exelon, developing a plan that can provide the necessary incentive to help them reverse this decision. Without these plants, any possibility of meeting Illinois’ clean energy goals will be lost.
Support the Future of Clean Energy with the N.E.R.D. Act
Research low-doses of radiation, right size regulation. Reduce the cost of nuclear power, nuclear medicine, and environmental cleanup.
Ask your Representative or Senator to co-sponsor or support the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividends Act (H.R 763 and S. 3791)
Bring back high-tech manufacturing and energize the world with thorium.
Ask your Representative and Senators to co-sponsor the amendment to include the Nuclear Energy Leadership Act in the National Defense Authorization Act!
Nuclear is illegal in these states and it shouldn’t be. California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and West Virginia.
21% of California’s clean power is at risk. If it closes, it will set our state back at least a decade in the pursuit in climate goals.