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As the world’s population grows, coupled with the inextricable link between electrification and quality of life, electricity is needed globally, to support existing and future needs. If the nations of the world are to meet their climate change commitments, the provision of electricity must be done in a manner that supports a ‘clean growth’ agenda, as the world becomes more dependent on stable electricity. Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) and Advanced Reactors (ARs) are uniquely positioned to meet current and future needs of advanced society.





Your Panel of Industry Speakers:

Paul Murphy, Managing Director, Murphy Energy & Infrastructure Consulting, LLC
Dr Victor Nian, Senior Researcher Fellow, Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
Dr Bin Chen, Senior Project Manager, International Marketing & Programme Management, China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC)
Glenn R George, Partner, Bates White
Vaclav Bartuska, Ambassador-at-Large for Energy Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic
Helen Cook, Principal, GNE Advisory
Dr J Kumar, Head, Nuclear Law Division, Legal Adviser, Government of India
James Harris, Chief Executive Officer, Turner Harris
Jesabel Rivers, Executive Director, Communicty Engagement Officer, The Nuclear Alternative Project
Eddie Guerra, The Nuclera Alternative Project
Mark Popplewell, Managing Director, Nuclear Risk Insurers Ltd
Amjad Ghori, Financial Advisor
Senior Representative, Nuclear Energy Agency
Dr Ibrahim Khamis, Senior Nuclear Engineer/Project Manager for Non-Electric Applications, Nuclear Power Technology Development Section,
International Atomic Energy Agency





Overview

SMR/AR development will be driven by the need for electrification to support development, climate change and clean energy policies, and innovative applications as well as the lower aggregate cost of the units, which will make such technology more accessible to a wider group of nations. Given their size and operating features, SMRs and ARs are also suitable for remote regions and specific applications, such as mining and desalination.

The focus of this industry dialogue is to assess the economics and suitability of SMRs/ARs across a variety of applications, taking into consideration the development hurdles that such technologies face:

  • Application: baseload/grid power
  • Application: remote communities
  • Application: mining
  • Application: desalination
  • Application: hydrogen economy
  • Application: district heating
  • Application: "inside the fence" operations (e.g. critical infrastructure, data centers, etc)
  • Application: civilian naval propulsion
Some questions that need addressing are:
  • What are the challenges and opportunities for the emerging SMR/AR industry?
  • Which global markets offer the best opportunities for a conducive investment climate in new nuclear energy projects and are favourable to SMRs/ARs as an alternative to the larger and more expensive NPPs?
  • How will SMRs/ARs be regulated and licensed? Will the cost of certifying the safety of an SMR/AR be prohibitive to potential buyers and will this be a barrier to enter new markets that would otherwise have considered SMRs/ARs as a viable option?
  • How canSMRs/ARs be used to disrupt the energy industry with innovative technology that can be applied beyond the energy industry?
  • WillSMRs/ARs provide safe, reliable and affordable low carbon electricity?
  • What new deployment models can be used to reduce the cost and schedule for both the programme and individual projects?
  • How can financing structures take advantage of the unique qualities of SMRs and ARs
The opportunities for SMRs across the globe are tremendous. National Nuclear Laboratory’s feasibility study estimated a global market demand of up to £400billion for energy that cannot, in all circumstances, be met by large scale nuclear reactors and so presents an opportunity for SMRs.

A World Nuclear Association 2015 report onSMR standardisation of licensing and harmonisation of regulatory requirements, said that the enormous potential ofSMRs rests on a number of factors:
  • Because of their small size and modularity,SMRs could almost be completely built in a controlled factory setting and installed module by module, improving the level of construction quality and efficieny
  • Their small size and passive safety features lend them to countries with smaller grids and less experience of nuclear power
  • Size, construction efficiency and passive safety systems (requiring less redundancy) can lead to easier financing compared to that for larger plants
  • Moreover, achieving ‘economies of series production’ for a specific SMR design will reduce costs further
Join us at Applications for SMRs and Advanced Reactors to promote clean growth and get the latest updates on SMRs/ARs versatile applications.

This event will be structured to take a comprehensive look at each of the applications in separately structured sessions, with the goal of bringing together a variety of stakeholders to examine each issue. The dialogue will be about the “why” and the “how” of these applications, so that conference attendees will gain a greater appreciation of the deployment strategies to be employed for each application, with a results-oriented focus.





Programme Agenda

Day 1 | Tuesday, 14th January 2020
08:00 Registration & Morning Coffee / Breakfast
09:00 Chairman’s Welcome Address
Paul Murphy, Managing Director, Murphy Energy & Infrastructure Consulting, LLC
09:15 Morning Opening Addresses
Prospects of SMRs for nuclear desalination and hydrogen production
Dr Ibrahim Khamis, Senior Nuclear Engineer/Project Manager for Non-Electric Applications, Nuclear Power Technology Development Section, International Atomic Energy Agency

Assessment of Global Market for SMRs / ARs
Clean Energy Dynamics & Population Growth
10:30 Networking Morning Coffee / Exhibition Viewing
10:45 Challenges for SMR/AR Deployments (FOAK, regulatory, IAEA Milestones, etc.)

Outlook of advanced SMRs in China
  • Technical evolution on SMRs
  • Deployment of SMRs
  • Potential and challenges
  • Role for the future energy portfolio
Dr Bin Chen, Senior Project Manager, International Marketing & Programme Management, China National Nuclear Corporation

SMR/AR economics: Can SMRs/ARs compete in today’s energy markets
  • Monetising political, economic and regulatory benefits of zero carbon emissions
  • Overcoming diseconomies of scale. What would it take?
  • Potential advantages in licensing, siting and permiting
  • Series production in a factory setting: When does First-of-a-Kind become Nth-of-a-Kind?
  • Effect on borrowing costs due to shorter construction cycle
  • Value in specialty applications (remote locations, process steam etc)
Glenn R George, Partner, Bates White

Indian nuclear business scenario - Innovation and the road map ahead
  • India’s current energy mix scenario and the role nuclear power plays in it
  • Growth projections and international civil nuclear cooperation
  • SMR and Advanced Reactor applications and deployment
  • Obstacles to effective implementation
  • Emerging outlook and the road ahead
Dr J Kumar, Head, Nuclear Law Division, Legal Adviser, Government of India
01:00 Networking Lunch / Guest Speaker
The Nuclear Alternative Project’s Puerto Rico feasibility study and island applications for SMRs/Advanced Reactors / Micro Reactors
Jesabel Rivers, Executive Director, Communicty Engagement Officer, The Nuclear Alternative Project
Eddie Guerra
, The Nuclera Alternative Project
02:00 Developing successful SMR projects
  • Relevant lessons learned from the recent construction of Gen 3+ large NPPs
  • Considerations specific to deployment of SMRs
  • Legal and regulatory frameworks for SMRs
  • Putting it all together to develop successful SMR projects
Helen Cook, Principal, GNE Advisory

Application:  Baseload / Grid Power          
Application:  Remote Communities
03:30 Networking Afternoon Tea / Exhibition Viewing
04:00 Application: Mining
06:00 Networking Evening Drinks Reception
Day 2 | Wednesday, 15th January 2020
08:00 Morning Coffee / Breakfast
09:00 Chairman’s Address
09:15 How do SMRs/ARs create new financing opportunities?

SMRs from the perspective of (possible) buyers
  • What qualities are buyers looking for when deciding on new build nuclear power?
  • Pros and cons of SMRs from the buyers perspective

Vaclav Bartuska, Ambassador-at-Large for Energy Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic

Panel Session - Managing Project Risks in Megaprojects

  • Construction phase - topics to be dicussed include FOAK, modulization, business interruption and the whole ‘owner vs contractor’ controlled discussion, particularly as with the modulization and BI will the vendor want to insure the factory fabrication risk or in order to get BI will the owner want to do that
  • Testing and commissioning - the difference between conventional power construction and nuclear power construction - hot testing and nuclear exclusion
  • Nuclear third party liability in two aspects:
    • Transit liability - so how do you deal with a fully loaded reactor with fresh fuel being shipped from fabrication to site for final bolting together - is the risk different from ‘normal’ nuclear fuel transits?
    • Site liability - linked to this in particular with accident tolerant fuel/with safety features that may mean that the risks of offsite release ‘disappears’ - at least in theory then how will liability be considered - is it a nuclear risk at all? What will the Conventions make of these new designs and technologies? Will they adapt? What will public perception be- social licence issue etc
Moderator Paul Murphy, Managing Director, Murphy Energy & Infrastructure Consulting, LLC
Panelists Mark Popplewell, Managing Director, Nuclear Risk Insurers Ltd
Amjad Ghori, Financial Adviser

The economic benefits of flexible energy production by small modular reactors

  • Economic feasibility of load-following energy production by small modular reactors
  • Economic feasibility of integrating battery energy storage system and hydrogen production
  • Commercial feasibility through integrated energy system planning
  • Case studies for KLT-405 and HTR-PM
  • Future prospects of SMRs through economies of repeat project implementation
Dr Victor Nian, Senior Researcher Fellow, Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
10:30 Networking Morning Coffee / Exhibition Viewing
10:45 Seeking SMR Alpha - The Energy Park Model
How might SMRs play a role in mixed-mode energy gateways for economic, technological and societal value in rapidly growing nations?
  • Investment in SMR technology remains contentious
  • Comparisons against cheaper forms of on or off-grid low-carbon generation will continue to be drawn, and stood up on their own. SMRs may struggle to find scale, particularly in isolated deployments
  • The unique inherent characteristics of SMRs/AMRs need to be exploited
  • Well-designed mixed-mode energy parks, with SMRs and micro-reactors at their heart may be the key to unlocking wide-ranging value to investors, national industrial value chains and consumers alike
  • The approach may allow for one-off deployments to still provide net positive returns
  • This talk will consider what is being done to explore and realise this model and how the role of the traditional nuclear and developer may need to change to make it work
James Harris, Chief Executive Officer, Turner Harris

Water Scarcity Challenges           
Application:  Desalination
12:45 Networking Lunch [Guest Speaker from newcomer country interested in SMRs]
02:00 Application: Hydrogen Economy
03:30 Networking Afternoon / Exhibition Viewing
04:00 Application: Civilian Naval Propulsion / Wrap-up Session
05:00 Close of Forum


Chairman & Speaker:

  Paul Murphy, Managing Director, Murphy Energy & Infrastructure Consulting, LLC

Paul focuses on multiple aspects of the nuclear industry – from legal and policy matters, including international regulatory and treaty frameworks and issues regarding nuclear liability, to strategies for creating and financing nuclear power programs and the identification and mitigation of associated risks – representing developers/owners, investors, lenders, and contractors on nuclear projects internationally. He is recognized as an expert in the development and financing of nuclear power programs by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the OECD's Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA), the International Framework for Nuclear Energy Cooperation (IFNEC), and the US government. Paul regularly teaches financing, contracting, and project development for the IAEA, Argonne National Laboratory, and Texas A&M University for their international training programs. Paul has served (as a five-time appointee) to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce’s Civilian Nuclear Trade Advisory Committee, and he serves on ASME’s Clean Energy Technology Advisory Panel. He is a three-time selection to the Who’s Who Legal / Energy and a member of the International Nuclear Law Association. He is Board Member of the United Nuclear Industry Alliance, and he is an Affiliate of Nuclear Economics Consulting Group. Paul is a graduate of Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs and a graduate of Harvard Law School.


About the Speakers:

  Dr Victor Nian, Senior Researcher Fellow, Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore

Dr. Victor Nian is a Senior Research Fellow at the Energy Studies Institute (ESI), National University of Singapore (NUS). Victor holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and Bachelor in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Management of Technology, all from the National University of Singapore (NUS). Victor has more than 10 years’ experience in nuclear policy research covering almost all aspects of peaceful and strategic use of atomic energy with a particular focus on technology and industrial developments. Victor’s other policy research covers almost all industrial and economic sectors with a focus on technology assessment. Victor has developed an integrated systems analysis tool which is used as the key reference methodology for the Energy Storage System Testbed project commissioned by the Energy Market Authority of Singapore. Victor established a UNi-LAB on Integrated Systems Analysis Tools in partnership of academic and research organizations from eight countries under the “Research & Innovation without Borders” initiative of Applied Energy Journal and served as the Executive Director since 2018. Victor is also an advocate on the humanisation of artificial intelligence for strategic economic and industrial sectors.
   
  Glenn R George, Partner, Bates White

Glenn R. George is a seasoned advisor and expert witness in the global power and utilities, oil and gas, mining, manufacturing, water, chemical/petrochemical, transport, nuclear, and related infrastructure sectors. Drawing on his background as a nuclear engineer, economist, and business manager, he applies deep expertise in strategy, policy, regulation, technology, finance, and risk assessment to business challenges facing companies, regulators, and investors. His areas of specialization include electric vehicle infrastructure, regulatory design, M&A support, asset valuation, risk assessment, and distributed energy resources, together with power generation (especially nuclear), transmission, and distribution. His consulting work addresses regulatory strategy, transactions, and new business models, while his litigation support work focuses on complex commercial litigation and international arbitration related to energy facilities, contract disputes, and construction delays and cost overruns. His project work includes advising various governments, utility companies, and equipment vendors on the economics of small modular reactors (SMRs) and advanced reactors (ARs). Prior to joining Bates White, Dr. George held leadership positions at several other consultancies and at an investment bank. Before entering the consulting field, Dr. George served in leadership, policymaking, and program management positions in the US government, in the areas of nuclear facility operations, congressional liaison, export controls, and nuclear-powered warship design, procurement, regulation, and operation. He is a registered professional engineer. Dr. George is an active member of numerous organizations, including the American Economic Association, American and International Bar Associations, American Nuclear Society (ANS), and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. In 2011 he was awarded the ANS Presidential Citation for his response to Fukushima.
   
  Dr Bin Chen, Senior Project Manager, International Marketing & Programme Management
China National Nuclear Corporation


Dr. Bin Chen is a senior project manager of China National Nuclear Corporation for international marketing and programme management. He was working in Nuclear Power Institute of China as a senior engineer for thermal hydraulic and safety analysis as well as an invited professor by nuclear academy of Three Gorges University.

He was involved in design of most of the GEN III nuclear power plants as well as advanced nuclear reactors. He was graduated from Tsinghua university.
   
  Vaclav Bartuska, Special Envoy for Energy Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic

Vaclav Bartuska is Ambassador-at-Large for Energy Security of the Czech Republic since 2006. In 2010-2014 he was also Government Plenipotentiary for expansion of the nuclear power plant Temelin.
   
  Dr J Kumar, Head, Nuclear Law Division, Legal Adviser, Government of India

Dr. J. KUMAR is a recognized expert in nuclear law and has, over the years, worked closely with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD-NEA), and the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor Organisation (ITER). He has been Member of the International Nuclear Liability Expert Group (INLEX) and the Consultants Group for the IAEA project on Handbook of Nuclear Law. As Head of the Nuclear Law Division and Legal Adviser to the Government of India, Dr. Kumar sculpted Indian National Nuclear Law Framework and is an eminent expert on regulatory affairs. He has been Indian Delegate at the Nuclear Law Committee of the OECD-NEA and represented India at International Institutions and Inter-Governmental negotiations. Dr. Kumar has been associated with numerous academic as well as professional bodies including the International School of Nuclear Law (Montpelier, France), Nuclear Law Institute (Vienna, Austria), Air and Space Law Academy (Gandhinagar, India) and International Nuclear Law Association (Brussels, Belgium). He is also panel arbitrator for International Arbitration Institutions.
   
  James Harris, Chief Executive Officer, Turner Harris

James is Chief Executive Officer for Turner Harris – an international management consulting firm advising the energy, infrastructure and technology sectors. He has over a decade of experience advising global nuclear markets, on topics including Parent Body Organisation contracts, Innovation Strategy, Government Industrial Policy, Project Financing and on the financial, economics and policy enablers for Small Modular Reactors. James is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Energy Harnessing taskforce and the World Nuclear Associations taskforces on economics and supply chain development. He has advised the UK Government and the Energy Technologies Institute on the future of Small Modular Reactor Deployment in the UK, with particular focus on the economics of scaled deployment and regulatory structures. James is also Stream Lead for National Enablers on the Cambridge University and UK Government taskforce - ‘The Centre for Digital Built Britain’. James speaks regularly at global forums on the topic of energy policy, digital transformation and innovation, and on the development of global supply chains for New Build and Operational sites. He holds an MBA from Heriot Watt University, and is a member of the Institution for Engineering and Technology.
   
  Dr. Ibrahim Khamis, Senior Nuclear Engineer, Project Manager for Non-Electric Applications,
Nuclear Power Technology Development Section, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)


Dr. Ibrahim Khamis is a senior nuclear engineer and project manager at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) working on non-electric applications and cogeneration using nuclear energy (i.e. for seawater desalination, hydrogen production, district heating and other industrial applications).

During his career, he has authored and co-authored more than 150 journal and conference papers, book chapters, and technical reports. His main interest is non-electric applications of nuclear energy, simulation and tools development, and safety of nuclear reactors. Dr. Khamis has M.Sc. and Ph.D. in nuclear engineering from the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA.
   
  Amjad Ghori, Council on Foreign Relations; NECG; Agile Dynamics (“AD”);
Global Venture Consulting (“GV”)


Amjad is a seasoned Financial Advisory Executive with more than 25 years of banking and development finance experience gained from leading and closing multiple “First-of-a-Kind” power, transportation and social infrastructure projects on a global basis.  The financing structure and terms of these transactions have evolved into the proven benchmarks utilized today for similar PPP transactions in developing and newly industrialized countries. Since 2008, Amjad has also been very active in the nuclear sector having lead Financial Advisory teams in NPP transactions in Bulgaria, Lithuania and Finland working on behalf of private and public sector clients.  Amjad’s breadth of experience traverses the spectrum of roles, including as a debt advisor for private sector clients bidding for power, social and transportation infrastructure assets; debt advisor for public sector clients; and, as an in-house advisor responsible for raising multi-source financing for landmark projects but also a key member of the development team entrusted with investing equity in power generation projects in developing economies.
   
  Mark Popplewell, Managing Director, Nuclear Risk Insurers Limited (NRI),
the British Nuclear Insurance Pool.


Mark is NRI’s representative of the General Purposes Committee of the International Nuclear Pools where he acts as Secretariat and he is one of 3 Pool Managers nominated to represent the Pooling system at the Nuclear Law Committee. Mark joined NRI 5 years ago, having previously worked for Marsh Inc. for 25 years in a number of roles. He was most recently based in the United Arab Emirates where he was Risk Management Practice Leader for the Middle East and North Africa and the Nuclear Practice Leader for International.


Endorser and Sponsor:




The Nuclear Energy Institute is the policy organization of the nuclear technologies industry, based in Washington, D.C. NEI has hundreds of members and, with their involvement, develops policy on key legislative and regulatory issues affecting the industry. NEI was founded in 1994 from the merger of several nuclear energy industry organizations, the oldest of which was created in 1953. NEI’s members include companies that own or operate nuclear power plants, reactor designers and advanced technology companies, architect and engineering firms, fuel suppliers and service companies, consulting services and manufacturing companies, companies involved in nuclear medicine and nuclear industrial applications, radionuclide and radiopharmaceutical companies, universities and research laboratories, law firms, labor unions and international electric utilities.


Endorsed by:




The Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) is a non-profit organization established in 1960 to represent the nuclear industry in Canada and promote the development and growth of nuclear technologies for peaceful purposes.

The CNA works to
  • create and foster a political environment and reasonable regulatory framework for advancing the nuclear industry in Canada;
  • encourage cooperation among various industries, utilities, educational institutions, government departments and agencies, and other authoritative bodies that have a common interest in the development of economic uses for nuclear power and radioisotopes;
  • provide a forum for the discussion and resolution of issues of concern to members, to industry, or to the Canadian public; and
  • encourage cooperation with other associations that have similar objectives and purposes.






The Independent Power Producers Forum (IPPF) is an international NGO composed of senior executives and decision-makers heading up firms with energy and power business commitments across Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas.
 We are an active catalyst for positive change with a unique “fraternal” organizational atmosphere. We cover all key areas and sectors relating to power generation: Gas, Coal, Bio-Mass, Hydro, Wind, Solar, Nuclear, Geo-Thermal, Legal, Finance, Insurance, Security, Equipment, Infrastructure, Alternatives, Renewable and Sustainable Technologies, IoT / IT, etc. The IPPF also leads the “New Energy” parade for Energy Efficiencies (EESCO’s), Pollution Prevention (P2/E2), GHG Trading, Energy Security, Waste-to-Energy, Standby Power, Smart Grid, Distribution / Transmission, Restructuring.

Website: www.ippfpowerasia.com







Thomas Thor is a recruitment, executive search and consulting organisation providing services to the global nuclear industry. Following the union of Thomas Thor and KeySource HCI in 2016, we proudly operate as KeySource Global for our Executive Search Services internationally (www.keysourceglobal.com). Our clients include nuclear regulators, operators, engineering companies, equipment manufacturers and research organisations. Our nine offices are located close to our clients, in Europe, the Middle East, and North America. Our multinational and multilingual staff have an unrivalled global network in the nuclear industry.

Our services include:
  • Provision of nuclear professionals for assignments on a contract basis
  • Recruitment of nuclear professionals for permanent staff positions
  • Advice on relocation and career development in nuclear
  • Nuclear industry research, statistics, and information
Our network of nuclear experts includes internationally mobile project and technical specialists in nuclear new build, commissioning, operation, decommissioning and waste management in the following disciplines:
  • Board Level, Strategy and Business Development
  • Project and Programme Management
  • Project Control, Planning and Contract Management
  • Procurement, Cost Management and Supply Chain
  • Safety (Deterministic, Probabilistic and Safety Management)
  • Human Factors, Human Performance and Risk Management
  • Quality Management
  • Licensing and Regulatory
  • Process and Design Engineering
  • Senior technical specialists in Electrical, Mechanical, Structural and Civil engineering
  • Waste Management and Fuel Cycle
  • Decommissioning



Windsor Energy Group is a not for profit bringing together policy-makers and energy practitioners to review global energy developments. The group meets annually at Windsor Castle - hence its name - under the chairmanship of Lord Howell, a former British energy secretary. The group has an active programme of expert discussions in London and abroad.





Knowledge Partner:




Nuclear Economics Consulting Group (NECG) provides advice on economic and business issues facing nuclear power projects, with a focus on the interaction between nuclear power and the electricity industry.

Insightful analyses of nuclear project economics are needed to:
  • Evaluate new nuclear project business models and financing approaches
  • Structure nuclear projects, PPAs and related arrangements
  • Support positions in nuclear industry legal and regulatory disputes
  • Review government and regulator decisions about nuclear power projects
  • Develop and implement effective nuclear industry strategies
Nuclear Economics Consulting Group (NECG; www.nuclear-economics.com) applies economic analysis to the complex business and legal challenges facing the nuclear power industry. Our particular focus is on the current issues related to electricity markets. NECG’s experts have created strategies, conducted research and studies, written reports, and provided expert testimony for clients that include corporations, law firms, and government authorities. Our work is based on analytical rigor and objectivity that is tempered by real world industry experience in both the electricity industry and the nuclear power industry. NECG has been involved in client engagements related to strategy, finance, regulation, and litigation.

"US Nuclear Power - Market Failure and Failing Markets" Report

US nuclear power is facing market issues that are resulting in early retirement for operating nuclear power plants and in new nuclear power projects being cancelled. These issues are not caused by nuclear power plants, as US nuclear power plant generating costs are declining and performance is good. Instead, these issues arise because US electricity markets are failing to perform in a way that supports existing generation assets. These outcomes are similar to those seen in Europe. Countries considering electricity industry reform should carefully consider the lessons from the US.


Media Partners:




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The Power Times provides information and news on power generation, transmission and distribution entities. UxC is widely viewed as the industry leader in supplying nuclear fuel price and market information through its Ux Weekly publication. UxC also provides in-depth reporting and analysis in all areas of the nuclear energy industry. In addition to many standard publications, UxC provides custom consulting for a wide variety of international clients looking to enhance market intelligence, strategic planning, and technical understanding in the global nuclear marketplace.


     
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