The event will bring together more than 500 key players, stakeholders, and decision makers from utilities, developers, investors, regulators, governments, and leading construction business from across the globe.
Main topics to be discussed at the conference include the commercialisation of SMRs and Generation IV reactors, fostering investment in SMRs and the nuclear market, and the key steps and lessons learned for SMR development.
Industry participants will also discuss the management of talent and expertise, the latest regulatory and technological challenges and opportunities, as well as the future of energy distribution.
Conference speakers will include leading executives from major nuclear companies and organisations including, among others, NuScale Power, the International Atomic Energy Agency, Ontario Power Generation (OPG), Rolls-Royce SMR, Energy Northwest, Constellation Energy Corporation, the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC), and the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI).
Participants will have the opportunity to hear keynotes from NEI chief executive Maria Kornsick, CNSC president Rumina Velshi, NRC chair Christopher Hanson, and Rolls-Royce SMR chief executive Tom Samson.
Reuters Events said the conference agenda will also include workshops, international case studies from Canada, the US, the UK and others, accompanied by wide networking opportunities.
“With no other conference providing such an effective networking service, attendees can set up meetings prior to the conference, thus being able to have up to 80% more meetings,” Reuters Events confirmed.
The venue for the Reuters Events: SMR and Advanced Reactor 2022 conference is the Sheraton Atlanta hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.
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