Nuclear Innovation Conference 2024 June 5-6

  • World class speakers
  • Showcase of the latest developments
  • Live discussions with decisionmakers
  • The ultimate networking event

It's done! The first edition of the Nuclear Innovation Conference has ended. We've enjoyed the enthusiasm, input, questions and remarks of all the participants and speakers. Soon, we will share a selection of photos, the after movie and some final remarks. 

The next Nuclear Innovation Conference will take place on 5th and 6th of June 2024. Preregistration will be available soon!

The progression of nuclear energy

Cooperation on cross-cutting topics

The decision to invest in Long Term Operation, Generation lll or Advanced for a large part is based on national long-term energy policies, economics and social licenses. Nuclear energy is proven cost competitive and is essential in the transition to a low carbon economy. But, the nuclear sector struggles to deliver successful projects on time and within budget. It is critical to identify where further alignment and collaboration between current initiatives will secure the future for nuclear energy.

By bringing together, world class expertise in industry and policymaking of the existing silos, the industry can take a leading role in achieving a transition to a low carbon economy. During the Nuclear Innovation Conference you have the opportunity to join other key players in current, new and future generation technologies to achieve common nuclear energy strategies.

Join the regulators, energy utilities and vendors that represent the global nuclear community. Take part in the discussions with your stakeholders in the global nuclear sector.  Take part in building a common international nuclear energy scenario with executives and experts. And don’t miss out on this unique networking opportunity!

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Allen Hiser

Senior Technical Advisor for License Renewal Aging Management at US NRC

Allen Hiser described the US approach for Long Term Operation using Subsequent License Renewal. He starts with the status of LR and SLR and ends with technical issues and challenges. 

 

Below: Q&A's of the webinar, regarding Allen Hiser.