Civil nuclear energy forum will be taking place on Monday 15 July 2024.

Hosted as part of the Royal Academy of Engineering and National Academy of Engineering bilateral partnership on clean energy, this joint forum on the theme of nuclear energy will convene key UK and South Korean stakeholders from across government, industry and academia to foster knowledge exchange and provide unique insight on each country’s nuclear landscapes and explore shared challenges and collaboration opportunities.

This forum event is part of a bilateral exchange hosted between the Royal Academy of Engineering and the National Academy of Engineering of Korea and is the fourth such event hosted under this bilateral partnership focusing on clean energy technology. The forum is for stakeholders operating in the civil nuclear space across policy, academia, and industry to address shared challenges, exchange expertise, and explore cross-national collaboration.

Through presentations and panel discussions on high-level national strategies, nuclear technology, and deployment, this forum will explore decommissioning, power generation, fuel cycles, and building skills and workforce capacity relating to nuclear energy.

This event will offer audience members a unique understanding of South Korean and UK civil nuclear landscapes and opportunities for networking.

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Venue and accessibility

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Invitation Only

If you have any questions, please contact Taylor Huson, Programme Officer, International Partnerships at [email protected].

Registration link, here.

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