Watch the Energy Diversification White Paper LaunchCASEnergy Coalition has released video highlights from the recent energy diversification white paper launch event on Capitol Hill. Click on the image to watch remarks from CASEnergy Coalition Co-Chair Governor Christine Todd Whitman, congressional keynote speakers and panelists.
Energy Diversification White Paper
On March 20, the Clean and Safe Energy (CASEnergy) Coalition released a white paper on the need for diversification in America’s electricity generation portfolio at an event on Capitol Hill. The report, “Balancing Long-Term Energy Planning with Near-Term Energy Opportunity: An Exploration of Nuclear Infrastructure Investment in a Low-Price Natural Gas Market,” asserts that taking advantage of our full range of energy resources is crucial to meet long-term electricity demand while lowering emissions and keeping the cost of electricity low. Read more
Dr. Moore Reflecting on his Career as a Sensible Environmentalist
Clean and Safe Energy Coalition Founding Co-Chair Dr. Patrick Moore has been a prominent environmental advocate, scientist and thought leader for more than 40 years. From his roots as a co-founder of Greenpeace, to his six-year career with CASEnergy Coalition, Dr. Moore has demonstrated a commitment to ensuring a clean and healthy environment for future generations.
To learn more about Dr. Moore’s impressive career and the evolution of his thinking about nuclear energy, watch this video by clicking on the image to your right.
The Clean and Safe Energy Coalition Thanks Founding Co-Chair Dr. Patrick Moore
Since the Clean and Safe Energy Coalition’s launch in 2006, Dr. Patrick Moore has played a key role as co-chair in building the organization into the diverse coalition it is today. His role as coalition co-chair is just one chapter in a lifetime of leadership on the cutting edge – whether as an environmentalist, a scientist or a thought leader. As he announces his retirement, the CASEnergy Coalition extends our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to Dr. Moore on behalf of our more than 3,000 members across the country. Read more
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Dr. Patrick Moore Co-founder & former leader of Greenpeace
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Nuclear Note: Arkansas receives 24.4% of its electricity from nuclear energy, higher than the national average.
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The Clean and Safe Energy Coalition believes that the increased use of nuclear energy is essential to ensure an environmentally clean, safe, affordable and reliable supply of electricity. We have launched several major initiatives over the years to further our mission to educate the public about the important role nuclear energy plays in communities across the country. The coalition’s goal is to keep Americans informed of the many benefits nuclear energy provides, and we invite you to explore the following resources as you expand your understanding of this important electricity source:
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