The New Nuclear Watch Institute in partnership with the Nuclear Institute and the EIC (Energy Industries Council) is holding a series of energy policy debates in 2020.

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Thu 23 July 2020

How can investment in nuclear help to stimulate the economy?

This webinar will focus on how reviving the UK nuclear energy industry can stimulate the post-Covid economic recovery. It will provide an update on Sizewell C and how to engineer a net zero town. It will address supply chain issues, including finance. It will also consider the wider benefits of nuclear such as heat and hydrogen.

Speakers:

Julia Pyke, SZC Director of Financing and Economic Regulation, EDF Energy  

Ieuan Williams, Head of Policy & Public Affairs, Nuclear Industry Association

Greg Willetts, Vice President of Technology and Consultancy, Jacobs

Ian Falconer, Structured Finance, Pinsent Masons

Chaired by: 

Tim Yeo, Chairman, The New Nuclear Watch Institute

Invitation flyer can be downloaded here.

Wed 30 September 2020

What nuclear needs from COP26

 

 

 

 

We are working on the agenda for this event and will update this section soon.

Wed 4 November 2020

Financing nuclear new build

 

 

 

 

We are working on the agenda for this event and will update this section soon.

Past events

Thu 18 June 2020

Advanced and small modular reactors

Many in the nuclear industry believe that advanced and small modular reactors will play a big part in the future of nuclear energy and help to drive down the cost of new plants. 

Speakers:

Alan Woods, Director Strategy and Business Development, Rolls Royce  

Lenka Kollar, Director, Strategy & External Relations, NuScale

Elena Pashina, Marketing Director, Rusatom Overseas

Richard Deakin, ISCF Challenge Director, Low Cost Nuclear Challenge, UKRI

Chaired by: 

Tim Yeo, Chairman, The New Nuclear Watch Institute

Slides - Download here.

Audio - Watch here. (password: 32531981)

Wed 29 April 2020

Is net zero possible without nuclear?

This policy debate explored the consequences of trying to prevent irreversible climate change without nuclear remaining a significant part of the global energy mix.

Speakers:

Kirsty Gogan, Co-founder and Executive Director, Energy for Humanity

Alan Raymant, Chief Executive of Bradwell B, CGN UK

Martin Wright, Chair, Renewable Energy Association

Dr Alan Whitehead MP, Shadow Minister for Green New Deal and Energy, BEIS

Ian McCarlie, Partner, Renewables & Clean Tech Sub Sector Lead, Pinsent Masons

Chaired by: 

Tim Yeo, Chairman, The New Nuclear Watch Institute

Slides - Download here.

Audio - Watch here. (password: 65415137)

Q&A - Download here.

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