Hear from the Biggest Names in Nuclear:

  • Edward McGinnis
    Edward McGinnis Acting Assistant Secretary of Energy
    US Department of Energy
  • Glenn Jager
    Glenn Jager Chief Nuclear Officer
    OPG
  • Jose Reyes
    Jose Reyes Chief Technology Officer
    NuScale
  • Mark Lesinski
    Mark Lesinski President and CEO
    Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
  • Mike Rencheck
    Mike Rencheck CEO
    Bruce Power
  • Julian Gadano
    Julian Gadano Undersecretary for Nuclear Energy
    Ministry of Energy and Mining

Why SMR 2018?

  • Get to grips with SMR and advanced reactor technologies’ applicability to emerging markets, allowing you to develop deployment and supply chain strategies for the future
  • Understand how the licensing framework of global regulators are being adapted to accommodate next generation nuclear technologies, enabling you to best prepare your license application
  • Pave the way for the global deployment of SMR and advanced reactor technologies, by learning from your peers from developers, end users, supply chain companies and government officials, to overcame major obstacles
  • Discuss the state of SMR and advanced reactor financing including investment, structured financing and government loan assistance to ensure the efficient use of project funding in the future
  • Evaluate the potential of new technologies and methods such as additive manufacturing, modular construction, robotics and automation, that could lead to reduced costs in Nth-of-a-kind deployments
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The Industry’s Chosen Topics For 2018:

Industry insight was, as always, invaluable in shaping the agenda for 2018. You can look forward to understanding opportunities and obstacles in 2 main markets, the US and Canada, as well as a comprehensive overview of international projects and the potential to export North American products and services overseas.

1Developer
Updates
2Licensing
Updates
3Utility/End User
Perspectives
4International
Project Overviews
5Interactive Sessions - You Lead The Discussion
6Market Opportunities - US, Canada, UK and more
7Financing and
Investment
8Government
Representation
9Deployment Obstacles
and Strategies

A Pedigree of Hosting Global Representatives

Nuclear Energy Insider prides itself on hosting the major stakeholders from the countries invested in the reality of next generation nuclear. Take a look at what countries were represented in recent years at our events…

A Pedigree of Global Representatives

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Here’s what the attendees had to say:

  • INL

    "A strong focus on non-emitting, reliable, and resilient energy generation is a necessity in planning future energy systems around the world. The SMR Summit provides an excellent venue for interactions among international vendors, utilities, and decision makers that can make the dream of a low-carbon world a future reality. I am excited to be a part of that discussion!"

    - Shannon Bragg-Sitton, Ph.D., Lead, Nuclear-Renewable Hybrid Energy Systems at Idaho National Laboratory
  • EXIM

    "I'm greatly looking forward to understanding the opportunities ahead for SMR development at the conference, specifically where U.S. goods and services are featured."

    - Michael Whalen, VP Structured Finance Division at the Export-Import Bank of the United States
  • Ellis and Watts

    "Indirect costs such as engineering, site preparation, installation and interest during construction dominate the capital cost of new nuclear builds. This workshop promises to explore how SMRs could reduce such costs by changing the deployment paradigm for nuclear power plants."

    - Jacopo Buongiorno, TEPCO Professor and Associate Department Head, Nuclear Science and Engineering, Director, Center for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems (CANES) at MIT
  • SNC Lavalin

    "The SMR conference was very informative and covered different levels of stakeholders. Attendance and topics variety were great"

    - SNC Lavalin
  • EPRI

    "The event was very informative and worth the trip to Atlanta. I look forward to the opportunity to attend in the future."

    - EPRI
  • Ellis and Watts

    "The conference was a great use of my time and my company's investment. The diversity of the topics and attendees kept the event engaging and educational. We'll return in the future."

    - Ellis and Watts
  • Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power

    "Great to get various information about the SMR development from a variety of experts"

    - Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power
  • University of Cambridge

    "An excellent way of catching up with the state of developments of SMRs in US"

    - University of Cambridge
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Take a Look at Who Attended in 2017:

Delegate Breakdown By Company

Delegate Breakdown By Company

Delegate Breakdown By Job Title

Delegate Breakdown By Job Title

Got a question? Get in touch below!

Ben Moss

Ben Moss

Senior Industry Analyst
Nuclear Energy Insider
FCBI Energy
+1800 814 3459 x7537 (US)
+44 (0) 207 375 7537 (Global)
BMoss@nuclearenergyinsider.com

Joshua Bull

Edward Cure

Project Director
Nuclear Energy Insider
US Toll Free: +1800 814 3459 x4306
Global: +44 (0) 207 422 4306
Email: ecure@nuclearenergyinsider.com

2018 Sponsors & Exhibitors

Platinum Sponsor

  • nuscale-power

Gold Sponsor

  • nuscale-Nuclear

Silver Sponsors

  • Belleli
  • bruce-power
  • Modus
  • ontario-power-generation
  • U-Battery
  • Walter Tosto

Bronze Sponsors

  • Muons
  • sheff-forgemasters

Legal Sponsor

  • morgan-lewis

Workshop Sponsor

  • 3M

Exhibitors

  • flownex
  • INL
  • Lehigh
  • Superiotubes

Industry Partners

  • CNL
  • nei
  • UxC