Nuclear energy, with nearly zero-greenhouse gas emissions and its reliability, is advocated by many as a critical tool in the arsenal to combat climate change.
In this video, BNY Mellon’s David Sunderwirth moderates a panel discussion on the most critical and current issues facing the nuclear industry during this year’s Nuclear Decommissioning Trust Fund Conference.
A Panel Discussion on Nuclear Energy
Hear diverse opinions from experts in the nuclear industry, including the status and impact of the Clean Power Plan (CPP), regional and national trends within nuclear and the power sector at large, and the vital role that nuclear energy plays in meeting carbon reduction goals. The panel brought together prominent experts from the industry and policy community including:
Scott Brown – Exelon Corp, Vice President, Market Initiatives and Analysis
Susan Mathiascheck – Nuclear Energy Institute, Senior Director, Environmental Policy
Steve Piper – S&P Global Market Intelligence, Director, Energy Research
Michael Twomey – Entergy Corp, Vice President, External Affairs
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