John Kotek, Vice President of the Nuclear Energy Institute,, Warren Miller, affiliated with Texas A&M and Stanford University, Peter Lyons led the DOE Office of Nuclear Energy from 2010-2015: First, we must ensure significant domestic nuclear energy production. Second, our private nuclear energy sector must compete and win in the international marketplace. The export of a broad range of civil nuclear technologies ensures U.S. influence to protect against misuse. Third, we must be an early, and active, partner to the many countries with no previous nuclear experience that want nuclear energy. It is critical that these countries select proven technologies that are appropriately regulated and operated. And finally, the U.S. must continue to lead in nuclear energy innovation.
Rod Adams, Atomic energy expert with small nuclear plant operating and design experience. Financial, strategic, and political analyst. It’s time to move from repeated bipartisan efforts to permanently kill the FFTF, Fast Flux Test Facility, to a broad-based effort to recognize value and restore the facility that our parents built and carefully put away in case we might need it.
(John Sackett) USofA - Operating and Test Experience for the Experimental Breeder Reactor II (EBR II)03.Mar.2015
John Sackett's 34-year career in advanced reactor and fuel-cycle development led to international recognition in the areas of passive nuclear safety and advanced reactor design.
Donald R. Riley - This is an excellent short summary about energy. Go Nuclear, Inc. has worked with many key nuclear scientists and engineers with first hand experience in developing nuclear energy technologies: Bruno Comby, Yoon Chang, Jerry Cuttler, William Hannum, Kelvin Kemm, Leonard Koch, Kenneth Kok, John Landis, David Lester, Michael Lineberry, Daniel Meneley, Wanda Munn, Donald R. Riley, Theodore Rockwell, John Sackett, George Stanford, Charles Till, and Alan Waltar among others.