Thursday 1 December 2022
etc.venues County Hall
London SE1 7PB
Organisers: Nuclear Industry Association
Tel: +44 (0)20 7766 6640
E-mail: [email protected]
Nuclear 2022, the industry’s leading annual nuclear conference, is back on Thursday 1 December.
Now in its 22nd year, the event will bring together an array of speakers covering key developments over the past year, as well as looking ahead to 2023 and beyond.
This year’s conference will return to etc.venues County Hall, along with an exhibition space—allowing you to showcase your capabilities, interact with colleagues and make some new connections.
Details on registration, sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are available at https://nuclear2022.co.uk.
Find out more about the variety of Sponsorship and Exhibition opportunities for Nuclear 2022 which are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
To find out more about the conference contact [email protected] or call +44 (0)20 7766 6651.
What to expect at Nuclear 2022
Hosted by TV and radio presenter Angela Lamont
Energy Security is more important than ever, hear from our experts on what this means for the UK
Financing Nuclear Power
A cleaner future means giving more nuclear projects the green light—but who and how will they be paid for?
Which technologies do we need to hit 2030 target?
The target is achievable, but how? Hear from industry on the progress of projects and what more needs to be achieved to hit the 2030 target.
Advanced Nuclear Technologies
Nuclear’s next frontier is already here—meet the people shaping the future of SMRs and AMRs.
Future of Fusion
One STEP closer to fusion in the UK—a year of fusion energy milestones.
The future of Britain’s Nuclear Fuel
Investing in our fuel capacity has never been so important. Our speakers discuss how the UK is uniquely placed to shift reliance on Russian fuel.
Great British Nuclear
A key part of the Energy Security Strategy—but where will it take the industry? Hear from the man in charge.
NDA will update us with a high-level presentation sharing progress and ambition.
With several EDF stations changing hands over the next few years, what does this mean for Magnox, NDA and the supply chain?
Hear more about UK capability and what we need to do to hit the industry’s ambitious new targets over the next decade and beyond.