Third Way Advanced Nuclear Showcase Feb 21

  • Third Way is hosting the second annual Advanced Nuclear Summit on
    February 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. 
  • The entire event will be live streamed and feature opportunities to hear directly from leaders in nuclear innovation and industry, and participate in the discussions online. 


  • When: Tuesday, February 21, 2017; 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM
  • Where; The Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC – 20001
  • Connections;  Live Video Stream — AgendaSpeaker Bios – Twitter
  • The live stream starts at 8:00 AM eastern time.
  • The entire session will be video taped and posted on YouTube. Individual video segments will be available for viewing.

This year the meeting will highlight the enormous benefits that advanced nuclear commercialization can offer the U.S. With some help from Washington, our advanced nuclear industry can deliver substantial economic growth and competitiveness, job creation, and global leadership for America on issues like security and climate change.

The session will explore these unique opportunities with domestic and international leaders in industry, government, and foreign affairs. Meanwhile , if you want to learn more about the advanced nuclear industry, check out below the latest reports and infographics: Contact Matt Coglianese with questions at:

  • E-BINDER: Everything You Need to Know About America’s Advanced Nuclear Resurgence – We’ve pulled together a quick and easy backgrounder, including key facts about the advanced nuclear industry in the United States, explainers about the financial and regulatory obstacles for the newest generation of advanced reactors, and policy ideas to resolve them.
  • INFOGRAPHIC: The Advanced Nuclear Industry: 2016 Update – Third Way has identified a new generation of engineers, entrepreneurs, and investors, along with several established nuclear companies, who are working to commercialize innovative and advanced nuclear reactors in North America.
  • REPORT: Introducing the Advanced Nuclear Industry – A new generation of engineers, entrepreneurs and investors are working to commercialize innovative and advanced nuclear reactors.
  • REPORT: Getting Back in the Game: A Strategy to Boost American Nuclear Exports – The U.S. has been the leading supplier of civilian nuclear technologies to companies around the globe since the dawn of nuclear power in the 1950s. But we’ve lost the top exporter spot in recent years and risk falling further behind as state-owned foreign actors are increasingly pushing America out of the global market. Three actions can help us reestablish American nuclear exports as a domestic and foreign policy priority.
  • REPORT: Nuclear Energy Renaissance Set to Move Ahead Without U.S. – Our analysis shows that the U.S. under-spends on advanced nuclear R&D. Worse, other countries outspend the U.S. in nuclear R&D, meaning the U.S. risks losing its international leadership on nuclear energy and mitigating climate change, as well as a slice of the $1 trillion in nuclear infrastructure the world needs by 2035.
  • REPORT: A Step-by-Step Guide to Nuclear Innovation Policy – To see how policies proposed by the Administration and Congress (and advocates like us) help nuclear innovators move from a good idea to a demonstration reactor, we follow Carla, a hypothetical nuclear innovator, brings an idea to commercialization.

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