Edward Kee is an expert on nuclear power economics. He provides strategic and economic advice to companies and governments on nuclear power and electricity industry issues. He has testified as an expert witness in US and international legal and arbitration cases.
Edward Kee detailed CV (PDF)
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the International Framework for Nuclear Energy Cooperation (IFNEC), and the U.S. Civil Nuclear Trade Advisory Committee (CINTAC) have recognized Mr. Kee as a nuclear power industry expert.
Prior to founding NECG, Mr. Kee provided advice on nuclear power and electricity industry engagements as a consultant at NERA Economic Consulting; CRA International; PA Consulting Group; Putnam, Hayes & Bartlett; McKinsey & Company; and as an independent consultant.
He was a merchant power plant developer and a nuclear power plant engineer (qualified as chief engineering officer on Nimitz-class nuclear aircraft carriers) before becoming a consultant.
Mr. Kee’s articles on nuclear power and the electricity industry appear in World Nuclear News, Wall Street Journal Europe, Nuclear Engineering International, ANS Nuclear News, Nuclear Power International, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, The Electricity Journal, Public Utilities Fortnightly, Energy Law Journal, Atlantic Council EnergySource, Power Economics, and other publications.
Mr. Kee has taught courses and given briefings on nuclear power and electricity industry topics for the IAEA, corporate boards, and other audiences.
Mr. Kee holds an MBA from Harvard University and a BS in Systems Engineering (Distinction; Trident Scholar; Colt’s Award) from the US Naval Academy.