Small and Advanced Reactors

How can SMRs contribute to meeting net zero goals? What are the business models and financing options? What are the barriers to deployment and how can they be overcome?

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  • Virtual
  • Complimentary

Why attend?

There is increasing interest in small modular reactors (SMRs) and advanced reactors (ARs) around the world, with more than 50 designs at various development stages. SMRs can help address the need for flexible power generation for a wide range of users and applications, with the global market estimated to be worth £250-400bn by 2035. Demonstration projects are planned in major markets, including Britain, Canada, Russia and the United States – all backed by government funding

Small and Advanced Reactors 2022 is a must attend event for utilities, governments and developers considering small and advanced reactors to discover what solutions and technologies are currently available and learn from trailblazing projects.

This virtual event – the third hosted by Nuclear Engineering International – will provide updates on development of SMRs and advanced reactors, with case studies highlighting progress with licensing, demonstration, and manufacturing/fuel cycle innovations. How can SMRs contribute to meeting net zero goals? What are the business models and financing options? What are the barriers to deployment and how can they be overcome?

With guest speakers offering insight and expertise, as well as peer to peer networking, this is an event not to be missed. 

Key Topics:

  • Small reactors: Why, When, Where and How?
  • SMR Financing and Economics
  • SMR Manufacturing and Construction Techniques
  • Fuel Cycle Considerations for SMRS/AMRS
  • Siting, Licensing and Deployment
  • SMRS in Future Energy Systems

Date: 13th September 2022
Time: 12PM - 5PM GMT
Location: Virtual

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Björn Peters
CFO, Dual Fluid

Dr. Björn Peters is a physicist and started his career as a consultant at McKinsey&Comp. In the 20+ years of his career, he worked with top management at Deutsche Börse and Deutsche Bank AG, responsible for commodity and energy markets. He is the founder of a number of closed-end funds investing into power stations. In 2016, he founded the private research and consultancy firm Peters Coll., specializing in commodity, energy and storage business. Since 2020, he has served Dual Fluid as CFO.

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