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Final Report Nuclear Fact Finding 6 2007

Final Report Nuclear Fact Finding 6 2007

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The Keystone center
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Headquarters
1628 Sts. John Road Keystone, Colorado 80435Phone: 970.513.5800Fax: 970.262.0152www.keystone.org
 
Washington, D.C Office
1730 Rhode Island Avenue, N.W., Suite 509Washington, D.C. 20036Phone: 202.452.1590Fax: 202.452.1138
 
Denver, Colorado Office
1580 Lincoln AvenueSuite 1080Denver, Colorado 80203Phone:303.468.8860Fax: 303.468-8866
Nuclear Power Joint Fact-Finding 
 June 2007
 
 
2 The Keystone CenterNUCLEAR POWER JOINT FACT-FINDING
 About The Keystone Center
The Keystone Center is an independent, nonprofit, public policy and education organization with adistinguished history of convening diverse stakeholders, brokering productive information exchanges, building consensus and creating applied solutions to seemingly intractable policy problems. Through amethod of “Dialogue by Design,” stakeholders, technical information and high-quality social and political processes are joined in a way that produces smarter and more durable solutions. We focus onthree substantive areas: energy, environment and public health. More information about The KeystoneCenter can be found atwww.keystone.org.
 
 The Keystone Center
 
 
Project Team
Catherine Morris Jeremy KranowitzMeg Kelly Beth FascitelliMike HughesDirector, Keystone Energy PracticeSenior Associate AssociateProgram Coordinator Vice President, Center for Science and Public Policy 
 
NUCLEAR POWER JOINT FACT-FINDINGThe Keystone Center 3
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 Acknowledgements
The Keystone Center would like to thank the following organizations for their generous financial supportof this project:We would also like to thank the following individuals for their expert contribution to the Joint Fact-Finding:John Ahearne, Ph.D.Director, Ethics ProgramSigma Xi Center James K. Asselstine, J.D.Managing Director Lehman Brothers Inc.Robert J. Budnitz, Ph.D.Group Leader for Nuclear and Risk SciencesLawrence Livermore National LaboratoryJames C. Bresee, Sc.D., J.D.Senior Technology SpecialistU.S. Department of EnergyMartin J. CoveneyVice President, Business OperationsExelonHarold Feiveson, Ph.D.Senior Research Policy ScientistPrinceton UniversitySteve Gehl, Ph.D.Director of Strategic TechnologyElectric Power Research InstituteMichael W. Golay, Ph.D.Professor, Nuclear Science and EngineeringMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyAlan Hanson, Ph.D.Executive Vice PresidentAREVAScott HemplingDirector  National Regulatory Research InstituteRevis JamesDirector, Energy Technology Assessment Center Electric Power Research InstitutePaul L. Joskow, Ph.D.Director, Center for Energy and EnvironmentalPolicy Research,MITRichard K. Lester, Ph.D.Professor of Nuclear Science and EngineeringMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyArjun Makhijani, Ph.D.PresidentInstitute for Energy and Environmental ResearchPer F. Peterson, Ph.D.Department of Nuclear EngineeringUniversity of California, BerkeleyMichael J. WallacePresidentConstellation Energy Generation Group
Photos courtesy of NEI and GE
 
American Electric Power Constellation EnergyDuke EnergyEntergyExelonFlorida Power & LightGeneral Electric National Commission on Energy Policy Nuclear Energy InstitutePew Charitable TrustsSouthern Company

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