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Company Overview of Nuclear Energy Institute
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 2014.
Nuclear Energy Institute Key Developments
The Nuclear Energy Institute Announces Election of New Board of Directors
May 12 15
The Nuclear Energy Institute announced the election of Wesley Hines, nuclear engineering department head, University of Tennessee, John Hopkins, chairman and CEO, NuScale Power LLC and Daniel Poneman, president and CEO, Centrus Energy Corp. to it's board of directors.
Nuclear Energy Institute Appoints Maria Korsnick as Chief Operating Officer Beginning in May 2015
Feb 20 15
Maria Korsnick, whose career includes executive positions at Exelon Generation and Constellation Energy Nuclear Group is joining the Nuclear Energy Institute as a loaned executive. She will serve as chief operating officer at the NEI for 18 months, beginning in May 2015. Korsnick is Exelon Generation's senior vice president for Northeast operations and chief nuclear officer for CENG. She also chairs the industry's Fukushima Response Steering Committee.
Nuclear Energy Institute Elects Daniel Lipman as Vice President for the Suppliers and International Programs Division
Feb 18 15
The Nuclear Energy Institute is increasing its focus on supplier and international programs as part of a new division that will be led by Daniel Lipman. NEI has worked for several years to fully integrate its supplier programs and activities with NEI's government affairs, communications and legal divisions to increase support of its member companies that are leaders in the global nuclear energy marketplace. The new organization will enhance these efforts, specifically focusing on the strategic needs and direction of NEI's supplier members. The division also will manage international activities such as NEI involvement in trade missions and coordination of industry participation in international policy meetings. The creation of a separate Suppliers and International Programs division also allows NEI to strengthen its Policy Development and Planning division. Policy Development and Planning division will continue to be led by Richard Myers, vice president of Policy Development and Planning, and will manage NEI's work on market and other business issues, environmental policy, strategic planning, policy analysis, economic analysis and other energy and economic studies. Lipman has been elected vice president for the Suppliers and International Programs Division by NEI's Executive Committee. Lipman has led key supplier issues at NEI as executive director for Policy Development and Supplier Programs. Before joining NEI in 2012 as a loaned executive and as part of its leadership team in 2014, Lipman spent 31 years with Westinghouse Electric Corp.
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