Non-Profit Organizations

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Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium (VNEC) Nonprofit Organization (501)(c)(6)

The VNEC is created to facilitate, encourage and advance the nuclear industry in Virginia through collaboration among industry participants, colleges and universities and not-for-profits in areas of need and interest to its members , including but not limited to: addressing workforce needs in the industry; research, innovation, and commercialization of nuclear technologies; providing information and education to the public, public officials and policy makers on issues related to the nuclear industry; and enhancing Virginia's competitiveness in the nuclear industry both nationally and internationally.

  • Southeast Universities Nuclear Reactors Institute for Science and Technology (SUNRISE) Nonprofit Organization (501 (c) (3))

    SUNRISE is a not for profit organization (Section 501(c)(3)) to support the advancement of nuclear education in the southeastern U.S. Specifically, SUNRISE is organized and will be operated to enhance the quality of nuclear education and research and other services in the region for the purpose of supporting the development of the next-generation nuclear workforce, nuclear technology, and advanced nuclear research.

    Specifically, SUNRISE is organized and will be operated to enhance the quality of nuclear education and research and other services in the region for the purpose of supporting the development of the next-generation nuclear workforce, nuclear technology, and advanced nuclear research.

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  • Federation of American Scientists (FAS)

    The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) works to provide science-based analysis of and solutions to protect against catastrophic threats to national and international security. Specifically, FAS works to reduce the spread and number of nuclear weapons, prevent nuclear and radiological terrorism, promote high standards for nuclear energy's safety and security, illuminate government secrecy practices, as well as track and eliminate the global illicit trade of conventional, nuclear, biological and chemical weapons.

    FAS was founded in 1945 by many of the Manhattan Project scientists who wanted to prevent nuclear war and is one of the longest serving organizations in the world dedicated to reducing nuclear threats and informing the public debate by providing technically-based research and analysis on these issues. FAS is a non-profit membership organization, with members from the academic, non-profit and government communities. For more information on FAS membership and to join, please visit our Membership page. FAS staff comprise a highly skilled and dedicated team with professional experience in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, environmental science, nuclear engineering, physics, and political science. More than 65 Nobel science laureates have endorsed FAS as members of the Board of Sponsors.

  • Global America Business Institute (GABI)

    GABI was established in May 2011 in Washington, D.C. because of the growing need to equip today's leaders with knowledge and perspective on global issues in an increasingly borderless world. GABI's mission is to advance awareness and proficiency in global affairs, with a focus on international energy policy issues. Through its broad networks with government, industry, think tanks, academia, NGOs, and research institutes, GABI deals extensively with issues related to clean energy, including nuclear and renewable power, as well as the international relationships that undergird the deployment of such technologies.