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2012 Report to Members

NEI’s objective is to ensure the formation of policies that promote the beneficial uses of nuclear energy and technologies in the United States and around the world. With member participation, NEI develops policy on key legislative and regulatory issues affecting the industry. NEI then serves as a unified industry voice to the U.S. Congress, executive branch agencies and federal regulators, and international organizations. In addition, NEI provides a forum to resolve technical and business issues for the industry. NEI also provides accurate and timely information on the nuclear industry to members, policymakers, the news media and the public. The sector that NEI represents and serves includes: • commercial electricity generation • fuel-cycle facilities • nuclear medicine including diagnostics and therapy • food processing and agricultural applications • industrial and manufacturing applications • uranium mining and processing • radioactive materials manufacturing • transportation of radioactive materials • nuclear waste management. NUCLEAR ENERGY INSTITUTE: VALUE TO MEMBERS The Nuclear Energy Institute—with more than 350 members in 17 countries—is the policy organization of the nuclear energy and technologies industry and participates in both U.S. and global policymaking processes. Manufuturing of uranium fuel pellets. A worker inspects a steam generator for radiation. PHOTO COURTESY OF AREVA PHOTO COURTESY OF AREVA


2012 Report to Members
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