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Want to know more about new Nuclear Technologies for carbon net zero energy production?
Are these new technologies secure and safe?
How do these Technologies mitigate threats?
Then register for this exciting discussion forum.
With a continued focus on global climate change and increasing energy costs, there is the need to invest, develop and introduce new technologies for the reduction of Co2 emissions to achieve global targets. The current civil nuclear energy sector is recognised and as a safe, secure and reliable source of providing low carbon energy. With increasing global demands on energy, can nuclear continue to be considered as part of the energy mix and should more countries step into the fold and make nuclear energy a sustainable commitment for the future?
The aim of this webinar is to discuss with experts from the nuclear sector ‘what is being done within the nuclear sector to develop new technologies for carbon net zero energy production’ and to be able to discuss and ask questions about how the safety and security of these new technologies will be maintained and regulated and give confidence to their introduction and global expansion.
Our speacial guests for the webinar are:
The priority audience for this series is WINS Alumni and WINS Academy learners. WINS Members with an interest in finding out more new nuclear technologies are equally welcome to register for the webinars. Alumni will come from a variety of backgrounds, including:
WINS promotes and actively encourages gender parity and diversity. The event will have female and male subject matter experts and the WINS invites delegate participation from a broad and diverse audience with a passion for enhancing nuclear security.
The webinar series will be facilitated by Roland Fletcher, Head of the WINS Academy and Whitney Isaacs, Academy Project Manager. Presentations from the Panel members will be available and provided in advance of the webinar to registered participants for familiarisation of the topic. The webinar is going to be delivered on Zoom. The session will be recorded and published on the WINS website and promoted via WINS Newsletters for WINS Alumni.
Date: Wednesday, 12 October 2022, from 15:00 to 16:00 (CEST)
Duration: 1 hour
Registration: after registering on WINS website, each participant will receive a link to Zoom meeting.
If you have any questions, please contact: Mehri.Avlyakulova@wins.org
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|Roland David Fletcher|
Head of the WINS Academy
|Whitney Kathryn Isaacs|
WINS Academy Project Manager