Archive: Paige Lambermont

Paige Lambermont is a Research Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute in the Center for Energy and Environment. She covers the electrical grid, energy regulation, nuclear power issues, and other free-market energy topics. Paige has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from American University and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Idaho. She is also a Columnist Fellow at Catalyst.
Full Biography and Publications
The DOE Transformer Steel Rule and its Consequences
Utilities should make the choice of which steel to use in transformers. The Department of Energy should not micromanage.
Paige Lambermont | March 19, 2024
Nuclear Phaseouts Strike Again
Spain won’t heed lessons from Germany
Paige Lambermont | January 15, 2024
Paige Lambermont | January 3, 2024
Senators Ask the Right Questions of NRC Chairman
Senators Push Back on Nuclear Regulatory Commission Inefficiency and Unpredictability
Paige Lambermont | December 9, 2023
Artificial Copper Demands Meet Artificial Bottlenecks
Net Zero's copper demands could be hard to meet.
Paige Lambermont | October 24, 2023
The Problem With the Power Plant Rule
In the Biden administration's headlong quest for all-electric, a new EPA rule ignores impact on grid reliability
Paige Lambermont | September 26, 2023
Announcing a Series on Critical Minerals and the Energy Transition
New Paper Examines the Importance of Domestic Mineral Production
Paige Lambermont | September 7, 2023
Governor Pritzker Vetoes Illinois Nuclear Ban Repeal
The fall veto session keeps the bill in play
Paige Lambermont | August 27, 2023
Hopefully the Tide is Turning for Nuclear Power in Belgium
The country has a nuclear phase-out policy, but there’s respite for it's two newest reactors
Paige Lambermont | August 15, 2023
Japan’s Oldest Reactor Reaches Criticality Once Again
The country’s restarting of reactors shuttered in the wake of Fukushima is proceeding apace
Paige Lambermont | August 8, 2023
The State of Electricity Transmission
Net Zero Policies Would Require Major Transmission Expansion, But How Feasible is That?
Paige Lambermont | July 27, 2023