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Commerce Dept Adds New Members to Civil Nuclear Trade Advisory Committee; Penny Pritzker Comments

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The Commerce Department has appointed 39 members to the Civil Nuclear Trade Advisory Committee tasked to advise the secretary on policy administration to increase the export of U.S. civil nuclear products and services.

Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker announced the new appointments of senior-level, private-sector representatives on Tuesday.

“Maintaining U.S. leadership in the nuclear industry is critical to our country’s economic vitality and to global efforts to combat climate change,” said Pritzker.

“The Civil Nuclear Trade Advisory Committee is a valuable mechanism for private sector representatives to contribute to policy discussions and work with government leaders to create the conditions that will strengthen U.S. competitiveness in this sector,” she added.

New CINTAC members include:

  • Larry Sanders – president of Accelerant Technologies
  • H.M Hashemian – president and CEO, Analysis and Measurement Services
  • Michael Whitehurst – director of business development at Centrus Energy
  • Russell Neely – chief operating officer, Edlow International Co.
  • Colin Austin – vice president of international business at EnergySolutions
  • Woody Lawman – director of sales for Navy and nuclear products at Flowserve Limitorque
  • David Jonas – partner at Fluet, Huber + Hoang
  • Brad Porlier – vice president of sales and nuclear power at Fluor Enterprises
  • Jarret Adams – CEO of Full On Communications
  • Scott Singer – VP and chief security and information officer at PAR Systems
  • Jeffrey Merrifield – partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
  • Eddie Guerra  – director of structural engineering at Rizzo Associates
  • Eric Rasmussen – director of engineering at RSCC Wire and Cable
  • Josh Freed – VP of clean energy program at Third Way
  • Tyson Smith – partner at Winston & Strawn
  • Jeffrey Harper – VP of strategy and business development at X Energy

For a complete list of the CINTAC members, click here.

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