The Canadian Institutes 2nd Annual Nuclear Symposium
Venue: Toronto Congress Centre
|Event Date/Time: Apr 28, 2011||End Date/Time: Apr 29, 2011|
The Ontario government remains committed to nuclear energy and countries such as China and India are investing heavily in the sector. The threat of tougher emissions regulations is also making nuclear power an increasingly viable option for utilities.
While the opportunities are significant, there are major challenges to overcome. Cost overruns, CANDU technologyâ€™s uncertain future, stringent safety regulations and long-term nuclear waste management are some of the hurdles facing the sector in Canada and abroad.
The Canadian Instituteâ€™s 2nd Nuclear Symposium will provide you with the essential information you need to secure a bigger stake in the future of the Canadian and global nuclear industry. Hear from an outstanding panel of experts on the policies, projects and practices that will shape the road ahead. Highlights from this must-attend conference include:
â€¢Key regulatory implications of the civilian nuclear treaty between Canada and India
â€¢Maximizing the potential of the uranium supply chain in Asian markets
â€¢How small nuclear reactors will impact the Canadian nuclear landscape
â€¢ROI comparison between investments in nuclear and natural gas power
â€¢Details from the largest nuclear waste management and dismantling project in the U.S.