Is nuclear energy safe? Powering America answers this question and more by pulling back the veil on nuclear energy and follows the men and women who work in America's nuclear power industry. Read More.
America needs an energy policy that promotes environmental sustainability and economic growth. Yet Members of Congress and the Administration are promoting policies and regulations that centralize power in Washington. Read More.
Energy and environmental policy is a national priority. Lawmakers should implement a long-term plan that allows free markets to balance supply and demand, ensures reliable and competitively priced energy for the future, and creates incentives for responsible stewardship of the nation's resources and environment.
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