28 October 2021 15:00 - 16:30 Online

High-tech energy “ecosystems” for sustainable development

High-tech solutions can help reduce the carbon load of electricity systems and more efficiently achieve the UN SDGs.

During this webinar a particular focus was placed on the creation of net zero clusters comprising various low-carbon energy sources and sustainable solutions, from nuclear power plants to renewables to energy storage systems.

Recording of the webinar is available here.

Agenda

15:00
Welcome
Tim Yeo photo
Tim Yeo
15:10
Meeting climate change targets and the role of nuclear energy
Michel Bérthelemy photo
Michel Bérthelemy
15:20
Flexible, clean nuclear— renewable energy deployment for a net-zero future
Shannon Bragg-Sitton photo
Shannon Bragg-Sitton
15:30
World transition to a low carbon environment
Sophie Macfarlane-Smith photo
Sophie Macfarlane-Smith
15:40
Rosatom vision on energy solutions for net-zero clusters of the future
Egor Simonov photo
Egor Simonov
15:50
Q&A panel discussion
Tim Yeo photo
Tim Yeo
16:30
End

Speakers

Michel Bérthelemy

Michel Bérthelemy

Nuclear Energy Analyst

OECD Nuclear Energy Agency

Shannon Bragg-Sitton

Shannon Bragg-Sitton

Integrated Energy Systems Lead, Nuclear Sciences and Technology

Idaho National Laboratory

Sophie Macfarlane-Smith

Sophie Macfarlane-Smith

Head of Customer Business

Rolls-Royce SMR

Egor Simonov

Egor Simonov

Regional Vice President, Director

Rosatom Southeast Asia

Tim Yeo

Tim Yeo

Chairman

New Nuclear Watch Institute

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