Nuclear Advocacy by Bringing Science to Citizens”
A Non-Profit 501(C)(3) Nevada Foundation
PO Box 2867, Sparks, NV 89432 (775) 224-2089
www.usnuclearenergy.org / Email: email@example.com
Our mission is to influence change in
public opinion towards
knowledgeable citizens about nuclear energy and waste repository issues.
We are launching our ongoing discussions about SMRs
From our startup in 2006 our mission has been to advocate nuclear energy technology. As we all know much of our work has been sidetracked on supporting the Yucca Mountain "issue" and we will continue this battle. At the same time, we will be opening new discussions. SMRs are Small Modular Reactors, so we have begun our dialogue under the PEA Group tab, SMRs.
The best way to understand the importance and value of electrical power is to ponder its loss during a power outage. Think about this, when the power is off, you relegate yourself to burning wood as our caveman ancestors did thousands of years ago for basic heat. You may have natural gas, but it does not circulate without an electric motor. You will have water for some time but it will stop when the filtration plant shuts down without its electric driven pumping equipment.
Without electrical power, all of our information age, instant distance communication, etc. falls to a standstill and leaves us asking, how soon will it come back on? We are almost never prepared for a blackout and according to many predictions many more will be occurring over the next years until we update our transmission infrastructure or populate many more regional and remote energy generation technology. Just maybe America needs to join together to turn this page?
What? You expect to lower energy costs? Yes, we have to by being pro-active at developing proven technologies that we know are cost effective. Sustainability MUST be in the equation.
Nuclear Power is a Renewable Energy Resource!
Arizona Senator Steve Smith, told a committee that by not recycling nuclear fuel rods like some European countries do, Arizona (America) is missing out on a lot of potential energy. "Basically we just want to burn that energy twice, "he said, and should Arizona (America) decide to incorporate that technology in the future, his bill, SB 1134, would allow us to count that as a renewable energy source.
Goto Yucca Educational Symposiums link below
for ongoing details of YES programs
Please donate to our fund raising efforts by ordering our YES Symposium DVDs
Order Online Below
$25.00 for individual sessions or
$120.00 for the entire 6 DVD package
YES Program Sessions:
Interviews, four separate clips with two each
of the program participants
1-Duarte Cong. Shimkus, 2-Spencer & Schinhofen, 3-Krasner & Edmonds,
4-Tabor & Marlow
Opening session with NV Congressmen Mark Amodei & IL Congressman
Nuclear Waste Policy Act of 1982 & 2008 update, video greeting Jim
DeMint, President of the Heritage Foundation
Presentation by Jack Spencer, President of the Roe Institute at the
Economics of the
Yucca Mountain Repository, Robert Edmonds, AREVA
Nuclear energy safety, storage and transportation, panel discussion,
L to R,
Dennis Moltz, Cash Jaszczak, Gary Hollis
Afternoon Full Panel
You can also order by mailing your name,
address, check, and the DVD # you want to:
PO Box 2867, Sparks, NV 89432
Anyone making a
financial donation to our foundation can claim it as a tax deduction on
their IRS tax forms.
Our non-profit federal tax identification number is: 27-0603991.