Constellation CEO Joe Dominguez Testifies Before Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee


On Thursday, March 9, Constellation CEO Joe Dominguez called on congress to authorize and fully fund legislation providing up to $3.5 billion for investments in domestic fuel sources for the nuclear energy industry, citing risks to the environment, energy grid reliability and national security if America’s nuclear industry lacks sufficient nuclear fuel in coming years as a result of global disruptions in the supply chain.

In testimony before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, Dominguez discussed how the global pandemic and the unprovoked war in Ukraine have exposed the nation’s dependence on foreign suppliers – dominated by Russia -- for enriched uranium that is converted into fuel for use in nuclear power plants. 


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