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Register Now / Nuclear Decommissioning and Used Fuel Strategy Summit

By David Dalton
6 August 2019

Nuclear Decommissioning and Used Fuel Strategy Summit
The Ritz-Carlton hotel in Charlotte, venue for the Nuclear Decommissioning and Used Fuel Strategy Summit . Photo courtesy Ritz-Carlton.
The Nuclear Decommissioning and Used Fuel Strategy Summit (NDUF2019), one of the largest conferences in the industry, will bring together over 450 decommissioning and used fuel professionals to tackle core challenges with world-class experts, hear about upcoming contracts and opportunities, and meet and form partnerships with new and existing clients and customers.

NDUF2019 will be held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Charlotte, North Carolina. It will be the largest nuclear decommissioning and used fuel meeting in North America with key decision makers and industry leaders from around the world.

“This summit provides an excellent singular source of information and resources on decommissioning trends and lessons,” the US Department of Energy said.

Topics to be discussed at the conference include the changing face of regulation, planning for decommissioning, community engagement, permanent disposal, interim storage, future talent acquisition and safety procedures.

Speakers include executives from major nuclear sector companies and organisations including Exelon, Southern California Edison, Entergy, Duke Energy, Energy Solutions, Ontario Power Generation, Vattenfall and more.

Nuclear Energy Insider said the agenda and highlights of the conference include an executive closed-door utility workshop, international case studies from Sweden, Japan, Canada and more, and the 1:1 matchmaking service NuclearLink.

“With no other conference providing such an effective networking service, attendees are matched based on interest, and can set up meetings prior to the conference, thus being able to have up to 80% more meetings,” Nuclear Energy Insider said.

Register now with Early Bird savings of $200 until 9 August 2019.

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