10 personal invites that will receive an offer to book at the NI Member rate regardless of affiliation subject to availability (CODE: 02SMRWGD)
The free tickets can be picked up by Nuclear Institute/Snowdonia Enterprise Zone on booking.
This conference offers an exclusive opportunity for a limited number of delegates to take part in a technical facility tour at the NAMRC on the afternoon of 19 February. Booking following registration will be essential.
Supported by the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre the Nuclear Institute’s SMR 2018 conference will bring a first opportunity of the year to meet, discuss and refresh your knowledge on the latest developments relating to future UK deployment of Small Modular Reactors, refresh yourself on the technical lifecycle challenges, stay engaged and informed of the Government view on the next steps for a Small Modular Reactor (SMR) programme in the UK.
Listen to speakers and take part in the conversation, with interactive panel and roundtable sessions a key part of this year’s programme.
09.15 Session 1 HMG Policy Enabling Activities and Regulator Perspectives
Craig Lester, Deputy Director of the Strategy, Engagement & Innovation Team, Dept. for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Ana Gomez Cobo, Superintending Inspector – Reactor Safety, Head of HPR1000 and SMR Regulation, Office for Nuclear Regulation
Alan McGoff, Lead Nuclear New Build, Environment Agency
11.00 Session 2 Exploring SMR Technologies for UK deployment
Tyrone Sparkes, Tyrone Sparkes, Director – Operations (UK), NuScale Power
David Powell, Vice President Nuclear Power Plant Sales – Europe, GE-Hitachi
John Molyneux, Director, Engineering & Technology – Civil Nuclear, Rolls-Royce
Mick Gornall, Vice President, Managing Director, Westinghouse UK
Panel session inviting questions from the audience
12.45 Networking Lunch
13:45 Session 3 – Optimising technical innovation to increase SMR deployability
Stephen Jones, Chief Technical Officer Nuclear AMRC
Emma Vernon, Business Manager Fuel and Radioisotopes, NNL
Sian Hope, Principle Investigator Bangor University & Vice Chair of the Snowdonia Enterprise Zone
Session 4 Learning from experience and know how
Roundtable groups will discuss and identify examples of practical solutions to the technical, constructability, economic and public acceptance challenges associated with the future deployment of SMR’s in the UK. The output generated will be used in feedback to industry and key stakeholders.
16.30 Wrap up and close
Benefits of attending
- Receive an update from UK Government on the latest developments regarding SMRs and enabling activities being undertaken by the government ensuring that your business gains the latest thinking on the potential for SMRs in the UK
- Understand the regulatory perspectives and challenges in licensing/permitting SMRs in the UK
- Hear from potential SMR technology vendors on the current status of their technology and the safety, operational and economics benefits they each bring, including the potential for UK supply chain involvement
- Inputs from a range of organisations that cab bring technical innovation to increase the potential for UK deployment of SMR technology including manufacturing and construction techniques to accelerate construction on-site and reduce project risk
- Understand the research & development and skills required to support a future UK SMR programme
- Hear from a potential SMR host location in the UK and what an anticipated end-user roadmap could look like
- Discuss the capabilities and capacity of the UK supply chain to manufacture and construct SMRs and understand the potential commercial opportunities that could result for your organisation
Discounts are available for individual and corporate NI members. To enquire about your personal or organisational membership please contact email@example.com
Upcoming Dates for this event
- Tue 20 Feb 2018
- Mon 19 Feb 2018
- AMRC Knowledge Transfer Centre, Advanced Manufacturing Park , Rotherham