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Nuclear Energy Institute is the policy organization that formulates policies for the nuclear energy and technology industry. The institute offers nuclear waste management, radioactive material transportation, and a forum to resolve technical and business issues. Additionally, it provides regulatory framework formulation and nuclear plant licensing services. Nuclear Energy Institute was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Washington, District of Columbia.
1776 I Street NW
Washington, DC 20006-3708
Founded in 1994
Key Executives for Nuclear Energy Institute
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President and Treasurer
Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Senior Vice President of Governmental Affairs
Chief Nuclear Officer and Senior Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Nuclear Energy Institute Key Developments
Nuclear Energy Institute Appoints Pamela Cowan as Vice President for Regulatory Affairs
Jun 6 16
Pamela Cowan joined the Nuclear Energy Institute as vice president for regulatory affairs. In this role, Cowan will be responsible for developing and implementing industry strategies and policies in regulatory and technical areas, reactor oversight, new nuclear plant deployment, and nuclear plant licensing activities. During her 12 years at Exelon, Cowan held senior roles in which she managed licensing and regulatory affairs activities, implementation of online and outage work management functions and decommissioning activities. Earlier in her career, Cowan was a senior manager for plant/system engineering. Most recently, Cowan was senior director of decommissioning and led the development of Exelons management model guiding all organizational, regulatory, financial and technical aspects of decommissioning. During more than 25 years of commercial nuclear power experience, she has held senior roles within her organizations and in industry organizations.
Nuclear Energy Institute Announces Executive Changes
Apr 11 16
Revis James, a widely respected energy expert with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), joined the Nuclear Energy Institute as Vice President for Policy Development and Planning. In this role, James will be responsible for providing policy leadership on financial, economic, tax, electricity market and environmental issues related to the nuclear energy industry. During his 23 years with EPRI, James held a series of roles leading development of research and development strategy. Most recently, James was senior technical executive in EPRIs generation sector, where he led strategic research addressing the transition of the U.S. electricity generation portfolio to a new technology mix as a consequence of changing economic and policy conditions. His team also focused on implications of increased requirements for operational flexibility across the spectrum of electric generation types. James also served as director of the EPRI Energy Technology Assessment Center where he led a team performing research on electric sector technology challenges and development, including EPRIs PRISM analyses of potential
impacts of greenhouse gas reduction policies on the electric power sector. James will succeed NEI Vice President Richard Myers, who is retiring at the end of 2016 after a 29-year career
in the nuclear energy industry.
The Nuclear Energy Institute President and CEO Marvin Fertel Plans to Retire at the End of 2016
Dec 18 15
The Nuclear Energy Institute announced that President and CEO Marvin Fertel plans to retire at the end of 2016. Fertel has held the current positions since 2009. Fertel joined NEI in 1994 as vice president of nuclear economics and fuel supply.
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