Stephen M. Goldberg participated in Building the Business Case for the Back-end of the U.S. Nuclear Fuel Cycle. They are otherwise unassociated with EPIC.
Stephen M. Goldberg is Special Assistant to the Director at Argonne National Laboratory, where he is involved in several international projects on the economics of nuclear energy as well as a study on the economics of small modular reactors and supporting studies for the U.S. Department of Energy’s International Framework for Nuclear Energy Cooperation. Previously, he worked at the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as its representative on nuclear security to the National Security Council. At OMB, he helped complete several major nonproliferation agreements, including one in which the United States would purchase highly enriched uranium from Russia to use as nuclear fuel in its power plants. Goldberg received the Executive Office of the President’s highest award for his assiduous work and dedication leading to successful negotiations between the United States government and the Russian Federation. He also received a series of outstanding achievement awards at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission in recognition of efforts to provide technical and economic advice to the Commission, including the licensing of the Seabrook Nuclear Station. He is Senior Advisor to the Academy’s Global Nuclear Future Initiative.