Archive: Paige Lambermont

Paige Lambermont is a Catalyst Policy Fellow and Policy Associate at the Institute for Energy Research. In her role, she writes about the impacts of government policy on energy markets. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science from American University and is from Butler, Pennsylvania.
Germany Slow On Nuclear as Winter Looms
Have they finally made a decision?
Paige Lambermont | November 7, 2022
Japan is Ready to Address the Energy Crisis
Japan’s nuclear reactor’s may be restarting sooner than expected
Paige Lambermont | September 6, 2022
Germany Needs to Keep Nuclear Power
The country’s last three units could be of great help during the country’s energy crisis
Paige Lambermont | August 17, 2022
SpaceX Starship Stays on Track for Mars
But Permitting Hurdles Still Merit Questioning 
Paige Lambermont | July 5, 2022
New York Was Wrong to Close the Indian Point Plant
One year after the power plants closure, the results are clear
Paige Lambermont | June 20, 2022
Where Russian Sanctions Stand
What countries are sanctioning Russia, and how effective are those sanctions?
Paige Lambermont | May 2, 2022
Why Are Gas Prices So High?
The underlying faults in our energy infrastructure are beginning to show
Paige Lambermont | April 4, 2022
German Aid to Ukraine Signals a Shift in its Energy Outlook
Despite its reliance on Russian fossil fuels, Germany has decided to pursue a more energy independent future
Paige Lambermont | March 17, 2022
Macron Signals France Will Sustain Nuclear Power
Nuclear energy reassuming its roll as the linchpin of energy independence in France
Paige Lambermont | March 3, 2022
West Virginia is Ending its Nuclear Power Plant Ban
More straightforward legislation would help fix broken regulatory systems
Paige Lambermont | February 24, 2022