23 February 2021 14:00 - 15:30 Online

2021 – A New Dawn for Nuclear Energy?

The world is ready to address the threat of climate change by prioritising low carbon energy.

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?

Recording of the webinar is available here.

Agenda

14:00
Welcome
Tim Yeo photo
Tim Yeo
14:05
Host welcome
Graham Alty photo
Graham Alty
14:10
A New Dawn for Nuclear Energy - a U.S. Perspective
Ahmet Tokpinar photo
Ahmet Tokpinar
14:20
Sizewell C: Doing the power of good for Britain
Joe Rippon photo
Joe Rippon
14:30
New NPPs at ČEZ Group
Petr Závodský photo
Petr Závodský
14:40
A New Dawn for Nuclear Energy - Rosatom's perspective
Vladimir Artisyuk photo
Vladimir Artisyuk
14:50
Q&A panel discussion
15:30
End

Speakers

Graham Alty

Graham Alty

Partner

Pinsent Masons

Vladimir Artisyuk

Vladimir Artisyuk

Councilor, Advisor to Director General

State Atomic Energy Corporation 'Rosatom'

Joe Rippon

Joe Rippon

Sizewell C Financing Programme Manager

EDF Energy

Ahmet Tokpinar

Ahmet Tokpinar

Vice President and Operations Manager, Nuclear Power

Bechtel

Tim Yeo

Tim Yeo

Chairman

New Nuclear Watch Institute

Petr Závodský

Petr Závodský

Chairman of the board and CEO, Elektrárna Dukovany II, a. s.

CEZ Group

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Pinsent Masons

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