United States Nuclear Industry Council
The Leading Global Nuclear Energy Business Consortium
The United States Nuclear Industry Council (USNIC) is the leading U.S. business consortium advocate for nuclear energy and promotion of the American supply chain globally. Composed of over 80 USNIC represents the "Who's Who" of the nuclear supply chain community, including key utility movers, technology developers, construction engineers, manufacturers and service providers. USNIC encompasses eight working groups and select task forces.
Key Council strategic priorities include:
Launching the next wave of U.S. nuclear energy plants;
Revitalizing the U.S. supply-chain infrastructure and competing in the global market;
Resolving key building block issues such as a sustainable fuel cycle.
Special Atomic Wings Lunch & Learn to Kick-off Advanced Reactors Summit VII & Showcase Events
USNIC, ClearPath, Third Way Report Supports Right-Sizing EPZ for New Reactor Designs
USNIC Hails Swift Action on Brouillette nomination to be Secretary of Energy
Hinkley C, Wylfa Tour Caps Joint U.S.-U.K. Advanced Nuclear Mission
Nuclear Industry Delegation Barnstorms Clean Energy Ministerial
USNIC joins industry groups Seeking Funding For Yucca, Consolidated Storage
USNIC: “Strong and vigorous support" for NELA to keep U.S. “nuclear energy capital of the world"
USNIC Featured at International SMR & Advanced Reactor Summit 2019
USNIC in the News: Nuclear Industry Renews Pressure on OPIC to Allow Financing for Foreign Projects
U.S. Nuclear Industry Council's letter asks agency to remove restriction as it transforms into new entity
USNIC in the News: Early Design Work to Begin on Versatile Test Reactor After DOE Approval
Department acknowledges need for a fast-spectrum test reactor, which U.S. nuclear energy developers support
Clean Energy Talks, Career Fair Kick-off AR Summit VI at UC San Diego
Advanced Reactors Summit Trailblazer Awards to Honor Energy for Humanity, Nuclear Titan Series, GAIN Initiative At Summit VI at University of California San Diego (Jan. 29-31)
USNIC Regarding the passage of S. 512, the Nuclear Energy Innovation and Modernization Act (NEIMA)
Key Nuclear Stakeholders Urge Funding for Yucca Mountain Licensing Review and Consolidated Interim Storage