Program

January 23rd at The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, Grev Turegatan 16 in Stockholm city centre
18:00
Inspirational talk and conference dinner
Registration and aperitif
18:45
Long term strategy for a climate-neutral Europe by 2050
Opportunities and challenges of nuclear energy
Gerassimos Thomas
European Commission
19:30
Conference dinner
January 24th at Vattenfall Headquarters, Evenemangsgatan 13, Solna just outside the City Centre
08:30
Seminar Flexible nuclear power and ancillary services
Moderator: Lina Håkansdotter Palm, Uniper
08:30
Registration
Venue: Vattenfall Headquarters, Evenemangsgatan 13 Solna, Sweden
09:00
Welcome
Anders Wik
R&D Manager for Nuclear and for Digitalization in Generation at Vattenfall AB
Monika Adsten
Head of nuclear R&D, Energiforsk
09:10
Opportunities, challenges and experiences
09:10
Increasing Incitation for Non-Baseload Operation of Nuclear Power Plants
IAEA’s Observations
Ness Kilic
IAEA
09:40
Nuclear Pathways to 2050
- ensuring policy follow-up
Yves Desbazeille
Foratom
10:10
Short break
10:20
Flexibility in Operation : increase safety and profitability
Framatome’s worldwide solutions
Thibaut Gain
Framatome
10:50
Nuclear Power Plant flexibility at EDF
30 years of experience
Patrick Morilhat
EDF
11:20
Lunch
12:20
The role of nuclear power – Global view
12:20
Why we need a low-carbon dispatchable energy technology
Jesse Jenkins
Harvard University
12:50
What are the key challenges for nuclear and how to address them
Jacopo Buongiorno
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
13:30
Panel: Flexible nuclear operations – A possibility or an uncomfortable necessity?
With speakers from IAEA, EdF, Foratom, Framatome and MIT
14:00
Refreshments
14:30
Outlook for the Nordics
14:30
Risks and challenges – results from study
Seppo Hänninen
VTT
14:50
The role of nuclear power in the Swedish power system
Maja Lundbäck
Swedish National Grid
15:10
Brief break
15:20
Flexible nuclear power and ancillary services
Johan Svenningsson
Uniper
15:40
Flexibility – yesterday, today and tomorrow
Mats Ladeborn
Vattenfall
16:00
Panel: What is the role of Nordic nuclear power the coming decades?
With speakers from IAEA, MIT, Svk, Vattenfall and VTT
16:30
End of seminar

Price and registration

Fee

Full conference fee including dinner presentation, dinner, seminar and lunch is 1 450 SEK + VAT.

Day 1 only including dinner presentation and dinner is 950 SEK + VAT.

Day 2 only including seminar and lunch is 500 SEK + VAT. 

Registration

Registration is closed, contact monika.adsten@energiforsk.se for more information.

Welcome!

Monika Adsten, Energiforsk

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