The programme is a draft and sessions are subject to change.
Lord John Hutton, NIA Chairman, will outline the positive steps forward in 2017 and take a look at the challenges ahead in 2018.
Richard Harrington MP, Minister for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has been invited to update on government progress on industrial strategy, nuclear sector deal and small modular reactors.
David Wagstaff, Deputy Director, Euratom Exit within the BEIS Civil Nuclear Resilience Directorate will outline government progress on replicating the Euratom Treaty into the UK regulation, including a new safeguard regime and nuclear co-operation agreements.
Reprocessing operations will finish by 2020 and Sellafield will focus on removing hazard and decommissioning, while reducing cost for the taxpayer this session will look at how can the supply chain benefit from these changes?
Radioactive Waste Management is moving closer to the launch of the siting process for a Geological Disposal Facility. What are the next steps and how can industry be involved?
Final public consultations have closed and the reactor technology is about to finish the generic design assessment process, Duncan Hawthorne, Chief Executive, Horizon Nuclear Power will outline what is next in the plans to build Wylfa Newydd?
Tom Samson, Chief Executive, NuGeneration will update on its project in Cumbria.
The JET project at Culham in Oxfordshire is feeding vital information to the ITER fusion project in France. Ian Chapman, Chief Executive of the UK Atomic Energy Authority will provide an update. Further speakers to be confirmed.
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