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Finally, a sensible energy policy from the Biden administration

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Matt Chester on Sep 23, 2021

This isn't entirely new-- look back at the initial platform related to energy/climate and nuclear has always been a part of that for the administration:

Identify the future of nuclear energy. To address the climate emergency threatening our communities, economy, and national security, we must look at all low- and zero-carbon technologies. That’s why Biden will support a research agenda through ARPA-C to look at issues, ranging from cost to safety to waste disposal systems, that remain an ongoing challenge with nuclear power today. 

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