US nuclear

  • Oct. 15th / 2pm-4pm: U.S. Nuclear Energy Technology Development New Build, Gen 3+, Small Reactors

  • Sponsored by the US Nuclear Infrastructure Council Auditorium / Hall2C


    In English

    A group of senior U.S. executives and experts representing leading nuclear energy companies and organizations will be featured at a special World Nuclear Exhibition (WNE) afternoon session highlighting recent American nuclear energy technology development on October 15.

    Key focuses of the session include global perspectives on nuclear energy development on multiple fronts including:

    U.S. twin-reactor new build at Georgia's Plant Vogtle and at the U.S. MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility in neighboring South Carolina
    Leading Gen 3+ passive safety designs such as the just certified Economic Simplified Boiling Water Reactor (ESBWR), the latest evolution of GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy's proven advanced Boiling Water Reactor (BWR) technology.
    Emerging passively safe, reliable, economical, scalable small modular reactors (SMRs) with flexibility to meet a variety of energy generation demands.
    Recent market and policy dimensions impacting the World's largest nuclear energy fleet.

    Featured speakers include:

    Mr. David Sledzik
    Vice President - New Power Plant Project Development - General Electric Hitachi Nuclear Energy

    Mr. Michael McGough
    Chief Commercial Officer - Nuscale Power

    The Honorable Tim Echols
    Commissioner - State of Georgia Public Service Commission

    Mr. David Blee
    Executive Director - USNIC

    Daniel Lipman
    Executive Director, Policy Development and Supplier Programs, Nuclear Energy Institute

    Donald R. Hoffman
    President and CEO, EXCEL Services Corporation &President Emeritus of American Nuclear Society

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