NEI taps Lipman to lead supplier, international programs division

The Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) said on Wednesday it is expanding its focus on supplier and international programs as part of a new division.
The Suppliers and International Programs Division will enhance NEI’s efforts to integrate supplier programs and activities within the organization’s government affairs, communications and legal divisions, while also increasing support of its member companies within the global nuclear energy marketplace.
The division also will manage international activities such as NEI involvement in trade missions and coordination of industry participation in international policy meetings.
NEI’s Executive Committee elected Daniel Lipman  as vice president of the division.
“Dan has extraordinary leadership experience in international trade and policy issues and will be a strong leader for advocating the industry’s priorities in these areas,” NEI President and CEO Marvin Fertel said.
Lipman has led key supplier issues at NEI since 2012. Before joining NEI, Lipman was among the Westinghouse leadership team that brought the AP1000 advanced-design reactor to marketplace.
“With 69 nuclear reactors currently under construction around the world and 183 new nuclear plant projects in the licensing and advanced planning stage, commercial opportunities for U.S. vendors and suppliers are found increasingly in international markets, and Dan will lead industry efforts to capture a share of that market,” Fertel said.

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