On today’s episode, Edward Kee, CEO at Nuclear Economics Consulting Group visits The Global Energy Leaders Podcast to discuss the impact in shutting down the United States Nuclear Program.
Mr. Kee is an expert on nuclear power economics. He is the CEO and principal consultant at Nuclear Economics Consulting Group (NECG) and an affiliated expert at NERA Economic Consulting.
Mr. Kee provides strategic and economic advice to companies and governments on nuclear power and electricity industry issues. He has testified as an expert witness in U.S. and international legal and arbitration cases.
Prior to starting NECG, Mr. Kee held senior consulting positions at NERA Economic Consulting, CRA International, PA Consulting Group, Putnam, Hayes & Bartlett, and McKinsey & Company. He was a merchant power plant developer and a nuclear power plant engineer (qualified as chief engineering officer on Nimitz-class nuclear aircraft carriers) before becoming a consultant.
Mr. Kee has authored articles on nuclear power and the electricity industry in publications including World Nuclear News, Nuclear Engineering International, ANS Nuclear News, Nuclear Power International, The Electricity Journal, and Public Utilities Fortnightly.
Mr. Kee holds an MBA from Harvard University and a BS in Systems Engineering (Distinction; Trident Scholar; Colt’s Award) from the U.S. Naval Academy.
Links from the show:
- Nuclear Economics Consulting Group
- Nuclear Power – the next generation group – LinkedIn
- 2016 ANS Toolkit
- Rescuing U.S. Merchant Nuclear Power – Article
- Can nuclear succeed in liberalized power markets? – Article
- Carbon pricing not enough to help nuclear power – Article
- “Market failure” and nuclear power – Article
- USS Carl Vinson Carrier – Wiki
- American Nuclear Society
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