CI Energy Group's 3rd Annual Nuclear Symposium
The information you need to capitalize on opportunities in Canadian nuclear – new builds, refurbishments, decommissions, financing, waste & much more!
- along with the CNSC, New Brunswick Power, AECL and many more!
At CI Energy Group’s 3rd Annual Nuclear Symposium, top industry leaders will deliver business-focused presentations on opportunities and challenges in New Builds, Refurbishments and Decommissions in Canada and abroad.
This year’s symposium features in-depth sessions on hot topics and key projects, led by the experts:
• Regulatory update for nuclear refurbishment projects – Dr. Greg Rzentkowski, Director General, Director of Power Reactor Regulation, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
• Chalk River update – Paul Fehrenbach, Former Vice President, AECL Nuclear Laboratories
• Application and licensing processes for new builds – Dr. David Newland, Director, New Major Facilities Licensing Division Directorate of Regulatory Improvement and Major Projects Management, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
• Lessons learned from the Point Lepreau Refurbishment – Rod Eagles, Deputy Chief Nuclear Officer & Refurbishment Project Director, New Brunswick Power
Get valuable insights into ]financing nuclear projects and participate in discussions on diverse issues such as the viability of small scale nuclear projects, Canada’s place as a nuclear innovator, and the opportunities arising from China’s growing nuclear focus.
Conference Title: 3rd Annual Nuclear Symposium
About CI Energy Group
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