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Daniel Litwin

Editor, B2B Media

Safe Infrastructure Could Put Nuclear Energy on the Fast Track Towards Global Adoption


As the world grapples with the dual challenges of climate change and energy security, nuclear energy emerges as a pivotal solution, sparking a global dialogue on its accelerated adoption and the development of innovative, safe infrastructure. Amidst increasing environmental concerns and the quest for energy independence, countries and companies worldwide are making strategic commitments to nuclear power, recognizing its potential to power industrialization, achieve climate goals, and provide a reliable alternative to the fluctuating success of renewable energy sources. With over 20 countries and 120 companies aiming to triple nuclear power generation by 2050, the industry stands at the cusp of a transformative era, propelled by advancements in reactor technology, including Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) and microreactors, and a renewed focus on safety and efficiency.

What does this mean for the future of global energy, and how is the industry preparing safe infrastructure for this ambitious leap in nuclear power? “Experts Talk,” hosted by Daniel J. Litwin, the Voice of B2B, welcomes Nick Loris, the Vice President of Public Policy at C3 Solutions; the Honorable Bud Albright, a 30+ Year U.S. DOJ & Energy Industry Official; Jonathan Cobb, the Senior Climate Programme Lead at the World Nuclear Association; and Patrick White, Research Director at the Nuclear Innovation Alliance. This distinguished panel will delve into the readiness of the nuclear sector for significant expansion, the evolution of nuclear safety, and the role of nuclear power on the international stage.

Several critical topics explored include the following:

  • The readiness and capacity of current nuclear energy infrastructure to support accelerated adoption
  • The impact of innovative reactor technologies on the future of nuclear power
  • Strategies for overcoming obstacles to nuclear energy’s global adoption and ensuring its integration into the renewable energy mix

Nick Loris brings knowledge from C3 Solutions, focusing on policy solutions that balance environmental goals with economic growth. Honorable Bud Albright’s extensive experience in the U.S. Department of Justice and the energy sector provides a unique perspective on regulatory and policy challenges. Dr. Jonathan Cobb offers insights from the World Nuclear Association on nuclear energy’s role in climate change mitigation. Dr. Patrick White, from the Nuclear Innovation Alliance, shares expertise on advancing nuclear innovation and technology to meet future energy needs.

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