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, Energy Minister, Department 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?
What can nuclear indsutries learn from other counterparts on other industries who have successfully completed major infrastructure projects?
Each of the future energy scenarios depicted by National Grid shows the importance of nuclear to meeting future demands.
Work continues at Hinkley Point C and plans are progressing at Sizewell; with a new Chief Executive and changes to the management team, what is next for EDF Energy
Tom Samson, Chief Executive, NuGeneration will update on its project in Cumbria
How CGN will build an organisation to support development of Bradwell
The SMR market is projected to be worth up to £400 billion and with the UK’s desire for a modern industrial strategy, how can SMRs benefit the regional and UK economy?
This page will be updated regularly, please check back to find out who will speak at the event
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Andrew was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the Nucle...
Ann is a Director at Radioactive Waste Management Limited (R...
Stuart started his career in 1981 as Apprentice Maintenance...
Angie Jones is a Vice President and Director of Special Proj...
Jo Tipa is Managing Director of NSAN and has been a key figu...
Russell is the Market Insight Manager at National Grid, look...
David Powell joined GE Hitachi in January 2011. He has over...
Ian went to Cambridge University to study nuclear physics, b...
Alan is Director Strategy and Business Development for Rolls...
Nuclear 2017 will take place at London’s iconic County Hall, overlooking the Houses of Parliament. The venue is a great central location close to tube and rail links.
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Registration will be open until 5 December 2017 and all places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
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