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Nuclear Decommissioning & Waste Management Summit

Date: 24th February 2021 - 25th February 2021 Location: London - UK

ACI’s 8th Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management Summit will be taking place in London, UK, on 24th – 25th of February 2021.

The two day event will bring together senior executives from the key industry stakeholders from Energy Providers, Plant Owners & Operators, Industry Consultants & Experts, Lawyers, Purchasing and Procurement Management Professionals, Nuclear Regulators, Nuclear Technology Companies, Industry Investors, Asset Management Companies, Nuclear Engineers and Safety Inspectors, Decommissioning Managers, Waste Management Companies, Governmental representatives, Radiation and health protection agencies, Packaging & Transportation Officials, Academic Institutions, Research Organisations and Market Analysts.

The event will provide excellent opportunities to learn from high profile speakers sharing their knowledge and expertise on overcoming the current challenges involved in the decommissioning of nuclear power plants and radioactive waste management.

You will also have the chance to network with industry leaders from across the entire value chain, to maximise the opportunities arising in the nuclear decommissioning sector, whilst also discovering the latest technologies and solutions that facilitate the storage and management of spent fuel.

You are kindly invited to ACI’s 8th Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management Summit to discover the key topics and updates from the latest developments in the essential areas of nuclear power plant decommissioning and radioactive waste management.

Details

Start:
24th February 2021
End:
25th February 2021
Event Category:

Contact

Name:
Joanna Mieloch – Delegate Sales
Phone:
+48 (0) 61 646 7036
Email:
Website:
www.acieu.pl
Name:
Cheryl Williams – Marketing & Delegate Sales
Phone:
+44 (0) 203 141 0605
Email:
Name:
Tim Rowley-Evans – Sponsorship
Phone:
+44 20 3141 0614
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Name:
Jayme Burns – Logistics
Phone:
+44 (0) 203 141 0601
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Name:
Alistair Drennan – Content
Phone:
+44 203 141 0613
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Venue

Hilton London Tower Bridge
5 More London Riverside, Tooley Street
London, SE1 2BY United Kingdom
Phone:
+44 (0) 203 002 4300
Website:
https://www.hilton.com/en/hotels/lontbhi-hilton-london-tower-bridge/
  • Looking at EU Regulations and Policy Updates
  • Digitalization of Processes in Nuclear Decommissioning
  • Nuclear Decommissioning Case Studies
  • Overview of Waste Management in Europe
  • Exploring Finance and Resource Management on Decommissioning Projects
  • Solving the Technical Challenges of Nuclear Decommissioning
  • Transportation and Disposal Packages for Nuclear Decommissioning Waste
  • Managing the Transition from Operation to Decommissioning
  • Protection of Nuclear Infrastructure from Effects of Climate Change
  • Gaining Insights into Feedstock Materials
  • William Roberts, Consulting Director, Decommology
  • Zuzana Petrovičová, Head of Unit, European Commission
  • Alexadre de Ruvo, Senior Project Manager, World Nuclear Association
  • Rebekka Volk, Head of Research Lab, Project and Resource Management, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • Ferdinand Bartels, Department Head and Project Manager, PreussenElektra
  • Alicia González, Decommissioning Responsible and Radwaste Management, Iberdrola
  • Matt Tilsley, Chief Engineer, NDA-Magnox
  • Peter Bryant, Environment Manager – Nuclear Development HPC Radioactive Waste Adviser, EDF
  • Jeremy Andrew, Laboratory Manager, NDA-Dounreay
  • Robin Hanzl, Nuclear Safety Engineer, OKG
  • Dr. Tatiana Makarchuk, Deputy Chief Engineer, Akkuyu Nukleer
  • Frank Wille, Head of Division – Safety of Transport Containers, BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing
  • Ivana Davidova, Senior Specialist in Decommissioning, CEZ Company
  • Vladimir Michal, Decommissioning Team Leader, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
  • Pavel Aksionov, INPP Project Manager, Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant

Nuclear Engineering International is an in-depth technical magazine for the worldwide civil nuclear industry. The magazine offers news, opinion, market reviews, and articles on the front-end fuel cycle, through to operations, maintenance, NDE, ALARA, to Fukushima, decommissioning and radwaste, all at a technical level that is robust whilst remaining accessible to interested industry professionals in all fields.

Original nuclear industry reports are also published: quarterly nuclear electricity generation statistics for the entire world (‘load factors league tables’) and a tabular overview of the installed nuclear fleet in the World Nuclear Industry Handbook, a single volume reference guide that also includes a buyer’s guide, articles and industry contacts. Another highlight is the September fuel issue, with comprehensive fuel market review and fuel data tables.

Since its first issue in 1956, Nuclear Engineering International has been an independent voice in the nuclear industry that goes beyond the news headlines to explain new developments and market trends in technical detail. Visit www.neimagazine.com for more information.


Founded in 1998, by International Nuclear Services Ltd of the United Kingdom, Orano of France and the Federation of Electric Power Companies (FEPC) of Japan – The World Nuclear Transport Institute (WNTI), a Non-Governmental Organisation, was created to represent the collective interests of the nuclear and radioactive materials transport industry and those who rely on the safe, secure, efficient and reliable transport.

WNTI prides itself on being a diverse and inclusive membership network, that believes industry collaboration is essential for progress. With over 20 years’ experience, the organisation has grown to 50 international member companies all involved in activities across the nuclear fuel cycle and supply chain.

Operating successfully as a membership network organisation, WNTI comprised of a small team of qualified professionals based in London, each with their own expertise, who are dedicated to achieving the organisation’s mission and core objectives.

https://www.wnti.co.uk/

The European Demolition Association, EDA, was founded in 1978 and is the European platform for national demolition associations, demolition contractors and suppliers.
Every year, EDA organizes several activities to gather demolition industry stakeholders from all over Europe. The most important one is the Annual Convention, a meeting that includes a technical part with presentations about key topics and optional leisure activities. For 2017, EDA organizes a trade fair, “DDR EXPO 2017”, that will bring together professionals from three different industries: demolition, decontamination and recycling.

EDA represents thousands of companies, through its national associations and direct memberships.

www.europeandemolition.org


The European Decontamination Institute is the leading platform for national decontamination associations, decontamination contractors and suppliers.

The Decontamination Institute has a strong focus on developments in Europe, which are of interest to the decontamination industry.

Further, the Decontamination Institute has amongst others the following objectives:

  • To look after, promote and protect the interests of the decontamination industry in Europe;
  • To set and to promote European standards on decontamination techniques;
  • To be involved in and have an impact on health and safety legislation;
  • To be involved in improving the legislation concerning the removal and depositing of hazardous waste;
  • To exchange information on techniques, working methods and training;
  • To maintain contacts with similar organizations in other parts of the world, e.g. Asia and the U.S.

Website: https://www.decontaminationinstitute.org/

SNETP was set up in 2007 under the auspices of the European Commission with the goal to support technological development for enhancing safe and competitive nuclear fission in a climate-neutral and sustainable energy mix. In line with the objectives of the SET-Plan, SNETP aims to contribute to: Lowering European greenhouse gas emissions, assuring security of energy supply for Europe, Stabilizing electricity prices in Europe

www.snetp.eu

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“Nuclear 2.0” (www.atomic-energy.ru) is the largest Russian private pro-nuclear website established to strengthen communication of industry, science, government, educational and business organizations as well as, most importantly, with the public at large. The website also publishes a special monthly electronic journal “Nuclear and environmental safety” on all backend and safety topics of the nuclear industry.
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NucNet is an independent global news agency. NucNet operates a 24/7 service reporting the facts behind key nuclear issues such as safety and security, radiation impact and protection, and the complexities of national and international nuclear energy policies. NucNet was created in 1990 with the support of the European Nuclear Society as a response to the growing need for both accurate and rapid information about nuclear energy. At NucNet’s Central Office in Brussels, journalists and researchers analyse information, check the facts, and produce verified news and information bulletins that are sent to subscribers by email. For more information see www.nucnet.org
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With specialist articles, background reports, interviews and news atw – International Journal for Nuclear Power puts the spotlight on latest developments in nuclear technology and all relevant news for the nuclear power industry since 1956.

atw – International Journal for Nuclear Power features latest information for the nuclear community in categories of research and innovation, operation and new build, decommissioning and waste management, environment and safety, fuel cycle and performance, energy policy, economics and law or other nuclear applications and is published 6 times a year.

Visit us online and get an impression about the journal and its content – www.nucmag.com.

Published by the American Nuclear Society since 1959, Nuclear News reaches over 10,000 readers throughout 54 countries, including more than 3,500 professionals in the specialized decommissioning, environmental remediation, and waste management fields. Articles discuss plant operations, maintenance and security; policy and legislation; international developments; waste management and fuel; and business and contract award news. Visit www.ans.org/nn for more information on advertising and subscriptions.

Published by the American Nuclear Society, this specialty magazine provides dedicated coverage of the decommissioning, environmental remediation, and waste management segments of the nuclear industry. Feature articles focus on the generation, handling, treatment, transportation, storage, and disposal of radioactive waste. Visit www.ans.org/rs for more information on advertising and subscriptions.

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http://www.asdmedia.nl/

Senior representatives and stakeholders from across the entire value chain representing 

  • Energy Providers
  • Plant Owners & Operators
  • Industry Consultants & Experts
  • Lawyers, Purchasing and Procurement Management Professionals
  • Nuclear Regulators
  • Nuclear Technology Companies
  • Industry Investors
  • Asset Management Companies
  • Nuclear Engineers and Safety Inspectors
  • Decommissioning Managers
  • Waste Management Companies
  • Governmental representatives responsible for nuclear power development
  • Radiation and health protection agencies
  • Packaging & Transportation Officials
  • Academic Institutions
  • Research Organisations
  • Market Analysts

 

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At the event we strive not only to bring you to the same location at the same time as your customers/suppliers/peers, we strive to ensure you meet face-to-face with each and every one of your target contacts and to provide you with the time you need to have multiple unhurried conversations with them and build a lasting business relationship:

• A pre-event informal introduction the evening before the conference
• A minimum of five hours’ networking built into the two day conference agenda
• A networking grid which enables you to make your target contacts aware you are looking for them
• The option to join either social drinks or dinner during the evening of Day One
• ACI’s on-site team will assist you in locating your hard-to-find target contacts & make face-to-face introductions

Of course, if there is anybody you are unable to meet over the two days, ACI’s event team will do their best to initiate contact after the event.

ACI is doing everything to ensure that all its events go ahead as advertised, returning to the much-missed and valuable face-to-face interaction as soon as possible.  In order to ensure the events are delivered as safely as possible, venues are chosen and procedures are adjusted in line with the relevant local and regulations and guidelines.

These have been exceptionally challenging times with very fast-moving updates. As we get closer to an event we look at each one individually, paying careful heed to local regulations, but without ignoring the international situation. Whatever happens, ACI will safeguard the investments that attendees have made by either automatically moving it to the new dates of the event or a full credit will be provided for use when booking a future ACI event.

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