21 October 2020 08:30 - 10:00 Online

ENERGY POCLIY PANEL: The system value of nuclear capacity additions in sustainable development

This webinar considered the latest research from NNWI which sheds new light on the comparative costs of nuclear and intermittent renewable energy.

Failure to understand the true costs of different low carbon electricity
generation technologies may lead to mistaken decisions about future
investment.

Getting these decisions wrong now will slow down urgently needed cuts in
carbon emissions and raise consumer prices

Agenda

08:30
Welcome
Tim Yeo photo
Tim Yeo
08:40
System-level thinking and its vital role in energy sector policymaking
Charles Hart photo
Charles Hart
08:50
Nuclear energy as a part of sustainable energy mix
Polina Lion photo
Polina Lion
09:00
Energy system costs
Jeremy Sainsbury photo
Jeremy Sainsbury
09:10
Costs of nuclear
Julia Pyke photo
Julia Pyke
09:20
Cost & performance requirements for flexible advanced reactors in future U.S. power markets
Kirsty Gogan photo
Kirsty Gogan
09:30
Q&A panel discussion
10:00
End

Speakers

Kirsty Gogan

Kirsty Gogan

Managing Director

LucidCatalyst

Charles Hart

Charles Hart

Senior Analyst and Researcher

New Nuclear Watch Institute

Polina Lion

Polina Lion

Chief Sustainability Officer

Rosatom

Julia Pyke

Julia Pyke

SZC Director of Financing

EDF Energy

Jeremy Sainsbury

Jeremy Sainsbury

Director

Natural Power

Tim Yeo

Tim Yeo

Chairman

New Nuclear Watch Institute

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