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Join us at the global nuclear industry's premier annual event and benefit from these opportunities:

Hear from high profile industry leaders. 
View our programme

Build relationships with hundreds of nuclear energy professionals at the conference and exhibition.

Interact with our exhibitors, including vendors, fuel suppliers, brokers and more.

Celebrate and network during the social events:
the Welcome Reception on Wednesday evening and the
Gala Dinner sponsored by Rosatom on Friday evening.
Further details below. 

Exciting new speakers added to the programme,
including a high level panel with:

Christoph Frei,
Secretary General,
World Energy Council

William Magwood,
Director General,
OECD Nuclear
Energy Agency

Mikhail Chudakov,
Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Energy,
International Atomic Energy Agency

View the full list of speakers.

Welcome Reception
Wednesday 5 September
Merchant Taylors' Hall

Merchant Taylors’ Hall was built in 1347 and was the first medieval hall built in London, referred to as ‘Taillourshalle’.  

Discover more about the history of this building whilst networking and enjoying food and drinks.


Gala Dinner (sponsored by Rosatom)
Friday 7 September 
Grand Connaught Rooms

The Grand Connaught Rooms has a history dating back to 1775 and was once home to the original Freemasons’ Tavern.

Join fellow delegates for a spectacular cultural event and enjoy drinks, dinner, live entertainment and dancing in this grand setting.


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