The Russian Suspension Agreement is a trade agreement between the United States and Russia that suspends an antidumping duty investigation of Russian uranium and allows for limited imports, subject to an annual quota.
Centrus President and CEO Daniel Poneman provided testimony to the Energy and Natural Resources Committee of the Ohio House of Representatives on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 in support of HB.6. The proposed bill would create a new clean energy fund in Ohio that would support the continued operation of the state’s largest sources of clean energy: the Perry and Davis-Besse nuclear plants in northern Ohio.
Last week, Centrus took another step forward in its larger effort to reduce, restructure, and retire its long-term debt. Since these actions have unfolded in several phases, the Company is providing a more comprehensive update on what the effort has achieved. At the end of 2015, the Company’s debt stood at approximately $247.6 million; the […]
Poneman highlighted the unique value that the U.S. nuclear industry provides to America’s national security, the environment, and consumers – and the importance of American leadership in building and fueling the reactors of tomorrow.
On September 29, 2017, U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry toured the American Centrifuge Plant facilities in Piketon, Ohio, to learn about Centrus’ demonstration of advanced U.S. uranium enrichment technology at the site and the site’s potential to host a plant for national security purposes. Accompanying Perry were U.S. Senator Rob Portman, U.S Representatives Bill […]
Centrus President and CEO Daniel Poneman’s expertise on North Korea was featured in a recent TIME Magazine article about the rogue nation’s nuclear ambitions. Perhaps the right nudging could prompt the North Koreans to rethink their nuclear obsession. “They prize nothing more highly than regime survival. And they have come to associate their continued possession […]
In an interview with nationally syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt, Centrus President and CEO Dan Poneman called for a resurgence of U.S. leadership in nuclear energy and for restoring America’s domestic enrichment capability.
Centrus CEO Daniel Poneman addressed the future of civilian nuclear power along with industry leaders and government officials from the Czech Republic, France, Japan, South Korea and the United Arab Emirates.