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Thursday
Sep182014

Nuclear energy must be part of climate change strategy

As a former governor, I am familiar with the challenge of balancing the immediate electricity and heating needs of our citizens with the long-term priority of ensuring that power comes from a diverse mix of energy sources that allows us flexibility as we fight the effects of climate change.

Luckily for leaders in Massachusetts, they have an energy source that can help them to do both. Nuclear energy already provides 64 percent of all carbon-free power to American homes and businesses, and it is no different in Massachusetts. Maintaining reliable power is vital to each of the 680,000 families whose homes are powered by nuclear energy in Massachusetts and surrounding states, and to everyone who enjoys the clean air in Massachusetts.

In June, the US Environmental Protection Agency proposed the Clean Power Plan, which will require a 30 percent reduction in carbon pollution from power plants by 2030. In just a month, the EPA will close the public comment period on these recommendations and begin the work of implementing the final regulations.

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