25 - 26th October 2016
09:00 - 07:30
Mike Middleton, ETI Strategy Manager – Nuclear will speak on ‘Deployment of SMRs in a UK transition to a low carbon energy system’ on Day 1 at 1pm.
The 4th European Nuclear Power Briefing 2016 will take a realistic view of where the current global nuclear power industry is, its fast changing energy landscape and where nuclear power stands as part of the future global energy mix. The briefing will address the challenges, finance options, improving public acceptance and understanding, innovative reactor technology and the continued opportunities to be had in investing and developing nuclear new build.
The briefing through its panel of industry experts from government, electricity generating authorities, oil companies, technology providers, consultants, developers and investors, aims to bring you an intensive agenda that will examine the key issues shaping the development of nuclear energy in Europe, particularly looking at new entrants to the nuclear power scene.
Bringing together the latest strategies, funding options, policy developments, decommissioning and reactor technology, the 4th European Nuclear Power Briefing 2016 in London will be your opportunity to meet and network with the key players in nuclear power.
Issues addressed at the 4th European Nuclear Power Briefing 2016 will include:
- Ensuring a robust framework for continued expansion of nuclear power development
- Supporting expansion of existing or new build nuclear power programme
- Assessing regulatory, safety and security issues
- Climate change and environmental impact
- Developing the grid and stakeholder involvement
- Financing options
- Small modular reactors