OVERVIEW
 

Now in its eighth year, after successive ground-breaking Summits at Argonne National Laboratory, the University of Massachusetts Lowell, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Texas A&M University, the University of California San Diego, and the University of Tennessee, the Advanced Reactors Summit VIII has adapted to the current climate and will take place virtually.

 

The AR Summit VIII will continue its focus on showcasing technology developers and advancing solutions on the cost and deployment timeframe of advanced reactors, as well as practical ideas and concepts that have the potential of significantly improving advanced reactor design, deployment, and operations.

Advanced Reactors Summit VIII Sponsors & Showcasers
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For more information on sponsorship and exhibiting please contact Caleb Ward at caleb.ward@usnic.org or (202) 270-1690 or click on the button below for the Sponsorship & Showcase prospectus.

SPEAKERS
Kirk-Schnoebelen

Kirk-Schnoebelen

Chris Hanson

Chris Hanson

Rumina Velshi

Rumina Velshi

Jay Wileman

Jay Wileman

Mark Peters

Mark Peters

Brad Sawatzke

Brad Sawatzke

Rita Baranwal

Rita Baranwal

Dan Poneman

Dan Poneman

Tim Echols

Tim Echols

Wolf

Wolf

Jeff Lyash

Jeff Lyash

James Schaefer

James Schaefer

Marilyn Kray

Marilyn Kray

Mike Marsh

Mike Marsh

Justin Sink

Justin Sink

Ken Hartwick

Ken Hartwick

Jacob DeWitte

Jacob DeWitte

Tom Owens

Tom Owens

Christine King

Christine King

José Reyes

José Reyes

Ashley Finan

Ashley Finan

Tim O’Connor

Tim O’Connor

Tara Neider

Tara Neider

Venkat Venkataraman

Venkat Venkataraman

Keith Cronkhite

Keith Cronkhite

Scott Nagley

Scott Nagley

Kathryn McCarthy

Kathryn McCarthy

Paul Kearns

Paul Kearns

Clay Sell

Clay Sell

Chris Levesque

Chris Levesque

Ron Faibish

Ron Faibish

Per Peterson

Per Peterson

David Hill

David Hill

Wendy Simon-Pearson

Wendy Simon-Pearson

Jeff Whitt

Jeff Whitt

Mike Shaqqo

Mike Shaqqo

Pete Pappano

Pete Pappano

Chris Mowry

Chris Mowry

Hussein Khalil

Hussein Khalil

Corey McDaniel

Corey McDaniel

Joseph Miller

Joseph Miller

Dan Stout

Dan Stout

Paul Dickman

Paul Dickman

Simon Forster

Simon Forster

Dave Pointer

Dave Pointer

Jeff Merrifield

Jeff Merrifield

Bud Albright

Bud Albright

Keynotes: 

  • White House Energy Outlook

  • U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Initiatives 

  • National Laboratory Developments

  • 117th Congress Outlook

  • International Arena Perspective

 

Landscape:

  • DOE Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program

  • Setting The Agenda For National Laboratory Excellence: National Laboratories, Reactors Developers And Potential Users, Working To Solve Key Technical Issues And Getting Advanced Reactors Deployed In Power And Industrial Applications.

  • The Role of the NRC In Streamlining The Regulatory Approval Of An Array Of Different Advanced Fission And Fusion Technologies. 

  • The Role Of Nuclear Power In The Future.

  • Perspective From Capitol Hill: How Bipartisan Support For Nuclear Can Maintain Momentum Of Developing And Deploying Advanced Nuclear Reactors To Address Clean Energy Needs Of The U.S. And Our Allies

  • Utility/Industrial Developments & Perspectives 

  • Customer And Finance Perspectives: Addressing The Hard Issues Of Financing And Approval For Multiple Large Commercial Facilities Using The Financial Markets And Utility Regulatory Regimes.

  • Update On Military And Space Nuclear Deployment Opportunities

  • R&D Update On Advanced Nuclear And Fusion Activities: Getting Advanced Reactors Deployed In Power And Industrial Applications, And The Prospects For Fusion Energy In The U.S. And Internationally.

  • Update On Microreactor Deployment 

  • Advanced Fuel Development & High Assay LEU

ADVANCE AGENDA TOPICS
SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITOR OPPORTUNITIES
 

The Virtual Technology Showcase includes a platform for innovators to present, discuss and display new and developing technology to attendees as part of the Advanced Reactors Summit VIII. This is your chance to showcase technology that your company or organization is using or developing to top executives, policymakers, and thought leaders within the nuclear industry. 

 

This opportunity includes a pre-recorded video interview(s) with representatives from your organization, which will be featured with the other summit speaker presentations during the live Advanced REactor Virtual Summit VIII and later on-demand for a full year.

 

Join us as a sponsor or virtual exhibitor at the AR Summit VIII. This will be an excellent opportunity for any company to solidify its brand and promote its capabilities to a captive audience of top executives, policymakers, and thought leaders within the nuclear industry. 

 

For more information please contact Caleb Ward at caleb.ward@usnic.org or (202) 270-1690, or click on the button below for our Sponsorship Prospectus

The Advanced Reactors Summit VIII

& Technology Trailblazers Showcase

 

March 23-25, 2021 | Virtual Summit

 
 

Technology and Innovation in Advanced Nuclear

Under the auspices of

 
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The Advanced Reactors Summit VIII & 

Technology Trailblazers Showcase

March 23-25, 2021 | Virtual Summit

About USNIC

The U.S. Nuclear Industry Council (USNIC) is the leading U.S. business advocate for the advancement of applications for nuclear energy technology, and promotion of the U.S. supply-chain worldwide.  USNIC represents approximately eighty entities engaged in all aspects of the future of nuclear technology.  These include: key utility movers, technology developers, construction engineers, manufactures, front- and back-end service providers, scientists, academia, national laboratories, fuel innovators, as well as those involved in medical and aerospace advancements. USNIC encompasses five working groups including an Advanced Nuclear Working Group. For more information visit www.usnic.org.