Upcoming webinars

List of upcoming webinars will be published soon.

Past webinars

REPORT LAUNCH WEBINAR
The Energy Security Value of Nuclear Power

Wednesday 28 July 2021

14:00 - 15:30 BST

Ensuring a ready supply of electricity at an affordable price is vital to the functioning of modern societies and its importance is only set to grow as sectors, including transport and heat, are increasingly electrified. Moreover, safeguarding electricity security will be a prerequisite to meeting the two great energy challenges that we currently face, the transition to decarbonisation and delivering energy access for all. This report analyses the likely threats to electricity security that may arise in the coming years and compares how different sources of electricity contribute towards it. The report concludes with an in-depth exploration of the electricity security risks specific to nuclear power throughout the lifecycle of a nuclear project.

Slides available here.

Recording available here.

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Tim Yeo

Chairman
The New Nuclear Watch Institute

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Kirsty Gogan

Managing Director
LucidCatalyst

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Charles Hart

Senior Researcher
New Nuclear Watch Institute

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Christopher Granville

Managing Director,

EMEA & Global Political Research

TS Lombard

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Lincoln Hill

Director of Policy and External Affairs
Nuclear Industry Association

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Robert F. Ichord, Jr.

Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Energy Centre

Atlantic Council

High-Level Economic Panel
Harnessing the renewed global support for nuclear to help achieve net zero

Thursday 17 June 2021

14:00 - 15:30 BST

The recent report of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre is the most positive statement about nuclear to emerge from any EU body for many years. Its resounding endorsement of nuclear’s environmental benefits and outstanding safety record will help nuclear take its rightful place alongside other low carbon energy technologies as a key part of the global response to climate change. Extending the life of existing nuclear plants will accelerate progress towards net zero in this decade while increased investment in new capacity, including advanced and small modular reactors, will drive down both costs and carbon emissions in the 2030s.

Slides available here.

This webinar is hosted by:

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Tim Yeo

Chairman

The New Nuclear Watch Institute

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Diane Cameron

Head of Division, Nuclear Technology
Development and Economics
OECD NEA

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Yves Desbazeille

Director General
FORATOM

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Dr Bertrand Magné

Energy Economist, Energy, Economic
and Environmental (3E) Analysis Unit
International Atomic Energy Agency

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Sama Bilbao y León

Director General
World Nuclear Association

2021 - A New Dawn for Nuclear Energy?

Tuesday 23 February 2021

14:00 - 15:30 GMT

The start of 2021 sees a new American president ready to address the threat of climate change by prioritising low carbon energy, a British Government White Paper backing the construction of a new nuclear plant and a central European EU member state mulling investment in nuclear power. Do these straws in the wind herald a new dawn? Or will they raise hopes which will once again be dashed?

 

Watch the recording of the webinar.

Slides available here.

This webinar is hosted by:

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Tim Yeo

Chairman

The New Nuclear Watch Institute

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Petr Závodský

Chairman of the board and CEO

Elektrárna
Dukovany II, a. s.

CEZ Group

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Joe Rippon

Sizewell C Financing Programme Manager
EDF Energy

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Vladimir Artisyuk

Councilor, Advisor to Director General,

State Atomic Energy Corporation 'Rosatom'

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Ahmet Tokpinar

Vice President and Operations Manager,
Nuclear Power

Bechtel

The synergy of the hydrogen economy and nuclear energy

Thursday 17 December 2020

14:00 - 15:30 GMT

There has never been a greater focus on the development of a clean hydrogen market. The focus of policy to date has been directed towards increasing production using electricity generated by renewables, ignoring the potential role of other low-carbon power sources, notably nuclear power. New NNWI report surveys the potential of hydrogen as a decarbonising agent as well as the state of present-day policy and makes clear the valuable role that nuclear-produced hydrogen can play in hastening the development of a widespread hydrogen deployment.

Watch the recording of the webinar.

Slides available here.

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Tim Yeo

Chairman

The New Nuclear Watch Institute

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Anton Moskvin

Vice President for Marketing and Business Development

Rusatom Overseas

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Kirsty Gogan

Co-founder

TerraPraxis

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Elina Teplinsky

Partner

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Advisor, Global Nuclear

Clean Air Task Force

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Charles Hart

Senior Researcher

The New Nuclear Watch Institute

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Dr Tariq Dawood

Lead Engineer Asset Management, Nuclear & Renewables

EDF R&D UK Centre

The back-end of low carbon technologies:

Closing down nuclear fuel cycle

Thursday 26 November 2020

09:00 - 11:00 GMT

The webinar was an opportunity to hear nuclear energy industry leaders and experts discuss a range of topics on nuclear fuel and waste management.

 

Watch the recording of the webinar.

Slides available here.

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Tim Yeo

Chairman

The New Nuclear Watch Institute

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Dr Ben Heard

Founder

Bright New World

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Kristina Gillin

Principal Consultant, Nuclear Waste and Decommissioning

Vysus Group

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Martin Porter

Secretary General

World Nuclear Transport Institute

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Rauli Partanen

Chief Executive Officer

Think Atom Ltd

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Mikhail Baryshnikov

Head of Department for Innovation Products Development

TENEX