Enthalpies of formation of rutherfordine, UO2CO3, andersonite, Na2CaUO2(CO3)3(H2O)5, and grimselite, K3NaUO2(CO3)3(H2O), have been determined using high-temperature oxide melt solution calorimetry. The enthalpy of formation of rutherfordine from the binary oxides, ΔHr-ox, is −99.1 ± 4.2 kJ/mol for the reaction UO3 (xl, 298 K) + CO2 (g, 298 K) = UO2CO3 (xl, 298 K). The ΔHr-ox for andersonite is −710.4 ± 9.1 kJ/mol for the reaction Na2O (xl, 298 K) + CaO (xl, 298 K) + UO3 (xl, 298 K) + 3CO2 (g, 298 K) + 5H2O (l, 298 K) = Na2CaUO2(CO3)3(H2O)6 (xl, 298 K). The ΔHr-ox for grimselite is −989.3 ± 14.0 kJ/mol for the reaction 1.5 K2O (xl, 298 K) + 0.5Na2O (xl, 298 K) + UO3 (xl, 298 K) + 3CO2 (g, 298 K) + H2O (l, 298 K) = K3NaUO2(CO3)3H2O (xl, 298 K). The standard enthalpies of formation from the elements, ΔH°f, are −1716.4 ± 4.2, −5593.6 ± 9.1, and −4431.6 ± 15.3 kJ/mol for rutherfordine, andersonite, and grimselite, respectively. Energetic trends of uranyl carbonate formation from the binary oxides and ternary carbonates are dominated by the acid-base character of the binary oxides. However, even relative to mixtures of UO2CO3, K2CO3, and Na2CO3 or CaCO3, andersonite and grimselite are energetically stable by 111.7 ± 10.2 and 139.6 ± 16.1 kJ/mol, respectively, suggesting additional favorable interactions arising from hydration and/or changes in cation environments. These enthalpy values are discussed in comparison with earlier estimates.