This was followed by 10 years on the refurbishment and plant improvement work for the Magnox fleet. In the early s he played a leading role in the delivery of three of the major new facilities being constructed at Sellafield and this led to involvement in the UK Nuclear New Build Programme. She has worked in the private, voluntary and public sectors, with twenty years at Board level, where she has driven improved customer focus, transparency, organisational development, and both staff and stakeholder engagement.
She is known as a transformational leader who is greatly interested in developing her people and learning from them. Charlotte Morgan is a partner in the Energy and Infratructure Group at Linklaters with more than 20 years of experience in the UK power markets. She is the head of the firm's nuclear practice and has specialist expertise in nuclear regulation, nuclear power projects, and financing large, complex infrastructure projects. She is currently advising BEIS in respect of the four new nuclear projects at Wylfa, Moorside, Sizewell and Bradwell, which includes identifying a suitable delivery model and financing structure for each of the new plants.
Charlotte has also recently been appointed by Minister Claire Perry to the Green Finance Taskforce and as Chair of the Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage Taskforce looking at innovative funding mechanisms across a range of low carbon projects. Julia is the Nuclear Development Director for EDF Energy, and is working with Government to identify an innovative way for Sizewell C to be funded at best value to electricity consumers, and with potential investors and lenders to raise the investment required. Prior to joining Brookfield he was Associate Director, Investment Banking, at a leading Canadian bank with an industry specialization in the infrastructure, power and utilities group.
As a large, multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash provides services across the nuclear power lifecycle with a focus on delivering positive technical and business outcomes for commercial organisations and government departments. The NIP support includes Safety and Security, Thermal Hydraulics and Advanced Materials, where the aim is to support the maintenance and enhancement of capabilities and skills to enable to the UK to be a major player in the development and operation of current and future nuclear technologies in the UK and internationally.
In particular there is a focus on developing world leading capability in Generation IV technologies and, from a supply chain perspective, how NIP activities can lead to commercial opportunities for the UK. Phil previously held a number of Business Management roles covering Fusion and Nuclear New Build sectors, successfully building a large and diverse portfolio of customer accounts that have shown resilience to local and international decisions.
Phil has a technical background in nuclear technology and modelling areas, and a PhD in clean coal technologies. The c. The staff are backed up by the UK's largest independent nuclear focused laboratory and test rig facilities with state-of-the-art equipment. Greg is a chartered chemist and has had various technical and business management roles. Cameron has led and delivered projects across a wide range of industry sectors including oil and gas, chemical, pharmaceutical, thermal power, nuclear and heavy industrial sectors.
As Vice President of the Doosan Babcock Nuclear Business, Cameron is responsible for leading and driving successful project delivery and growth of the business to the exacting health and safety standards of the nuclear industry and well as delivering quality, schedule and financial performance.
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Ana Gomez Cobo has been working in nuclear safety for over 33 years. During the first years of her career she conducted probabilistic safety assessments PSA for nuclear power plants NPPs. From to she worked for the International Atomic Energy Agency where she was a technical officer responsible for activities on PSA, safety performance indicators and safety related maintenance for NPPs.
His experience spans international trade, employment rights and audit regulation as well as various aspects of energy and climate change policy. In April , David moved across to the nuclear team within BEIS to lead on the Brexit-related task of taking the UK out of Euratom, the EU Treaty and legal framework which underpins the civil nuclear sector, including safeguards, trade and research and development. This vital work has involved negotiating the terms of the separation and then establishing a new set of legal relationships with the EU and our international partners.
David is the Lead Negotiator for the Government on Euratom issues and took part in more than 15 rounds negotiations in Brussels as part of the Withdrawal Agreement discussions. He is looking forward to returning there in due course to secure a close future relationship with Euratom. David is also responsible for negotiating new nuclear co-operation agreements with third countries, and takes particular pride in the fact that all the necessary nuclear agreements were in place well ahead of the original March deadline for exit. Before joining the electricity industry in Peter was a career civil servant in the Department of Energy, including spells as private secretary to two Government Ministers.
She entered engineering in undertaking a BTEC in general engineering at North Hertfordshire College with an aim to change the world and create a cleaner environment through engineering. Following an early spell in research, Jenifer went to work for the waste strategy team at the Welsh Government for six years until she left to study a PhD in technological innovation for hydrogen production from waste also from Cardiff University. Jenifer is an expert in combined research methods for engineering, the role of policy making in engineering innovation, waste and resource management and low carbon technologies.
Jenifer is responsible for engaging with government, industry and academia, aiming to ensure that the engineering perspective is included in policy making, innovation and research and development. Bringing the views of Members, research and her knowledge of the sector together, Jenifer provides insight and opinion to the media ensuring greater awareness of engineers and their role.
She dealt with major investment projects also in the nuclear sector ie Chernobyl Shelter Fund and Nuclear Safety Account. Since then she has been in charge of the radioactive waste management and decommissioning financing issues, transport of RAM and all questions related to legal aspects.
She is also responsible for analysing and informing of the consequences of Brexit for the nuclear industry. Diego Santoro has more than 15 years of international experience in the nuclear sector, with a specific focus on radioprotection, radioactive waste management and decommissioning of nuclear facilities. Following a first experience in the oil and gas industry as safety case engineer, he joined Ansaldo Nucleare in He worked for seven years in the Engineering department holding different assignments, among which Radioprotection Expert and Project Engineer.
In Diego was appointed Product Manager and afterwards Head of the Product Management Unit; till he leaded all the activities addressing the development of products and technologies associated to decommissioning and radioactive waste management. He joined Atkins in and was instrumental in the growth of the business in West Cumbria and the development of the long term relationship as a key engineering supplier to Sellafield.
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Atkins was acquired by SNC Lavalin in April , and Nigel recently returned to the UK as part of a newly formed technology unit with responsibility for development and deployment of differentiating technologies in the nuclear sector within the EMEA region. The National Nuclear Laboratory NNL is a UK government owned and operated nuclear services technology provider covering the whole of the nuclear fuel cycle.
Prior to her current role, Caroline worked as a Business Development Manager, she has a track record in developing and growing customer business and developing customer relationships and new business strategies. Her early career was in radiation protection, working as an accredited Radiation Protection Adviser supporting clients across the civil nuclear industry.
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In Caroline was seconded into central government supporting Nuclear Industrial Policy with development of strategy to support UK industry win work in the new build market. Steve has been at Urenco for over thirty years in a variety of commercial functions and is General Manager, U-Battery.
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His initial 9 year career as an Army Officer was followed by a 32 year career growing and establishing national and international businesses in enterprise technology. Many of these businesses have thrived and succeeded in a highly competitive market sector by delivering results, embracing change and incorporating innovation, at speed. Moltex Energy has recently successfully completed a Crowdfunding investment round. The company now includes subsidiaries in Canada and the USA and aims to become the world's leading designer of intrinsically safe, low cost nuclear reactors that will transform the world's energy market by delivering carbon free electricity at a lower cost than fossil fuels, at global scale.
An experienced strategist and qualified systems engineer with a wide range of industry experience, Martin has a deep analytical knowledge of nuclear technology and its commercial application. In his current role Martin has responsibility for defining strategic direction, progressing commercial opportunities and leading the generation of a business case supporting the Rolls-Royce led UK SMR. Martin has experience of working in a range of organizations including start-ups, SMEs, universities and multi-nationals.
In his previous role Martin had responsibility for setting strategic direction across the portfolio of Rolls-Royce Civil Nuclear businesses. He has published both academically and industrially on topics including Nuclear Renaissance, Small Modular Reactors SMR , systems design and advanced manufacturing technology. Calum recently joined Corporate Risk Associates as a chief consultant and has worked in the UK nuclear industry for 20 years. Calum started his career with NNC now Wood in a safety case support role and to gain experience of working on nuclear licensed sites, Calum joined BNFL and worked on a range of projects at the Sellafield and Capenhurst sites.
Calum has an academic background in physics and holds a doctorate in experimental nuclear physics, a degree in applied physics and is a chartered physicist. Tom Jones is Vice President International Business Development at international engineering company, Assystem , and has held this position since Holding extensive experience across the nuclear industry and the wider energy sector and working with governments and blue-chip organisations around the world, Tom is in charge of spearheading major strategic opportunities, finding finance and delivery partners and bringing them together in a cohesive manner.
He is responsible for positioning Assystem as a leading international force across its chosen sectors: energy production, life sciences, transport and infrastructure. Tom leads on acquisitions and creating joint ventures and partnerships to help reach international markets, while developing executive relationships to ensure Assystem delivers its goals to customers. He has been a board member of the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board, a trustee of Cumbria Community Foundation and has chaired various industry-focused organisations to help develop nuclear capabilities across the supply chain.
Prior to joining Assystem, Tom founded a corporate advisory and consultancy business, TJ Advisors, in , and provided strategic advice to Rolls-Royce in helping the company launch its small modular reactor programme in the UK and seek potential international customers. He was also an executive director for NuGeneration nuclear engineering company , leading the transformation of the organisation into a project delivery-focused business. He has held a number of international roles in fusion, including Chair of ITER international working groups.
He has published over journal papers, one of which was shortlisted for the Nuclear Fusion Award in , and given 30 invited lead-author presentations at international conferences. He was made a Fellow of the Institute of Physics in and became a visiting Professor at Durham University in Sir Christopher Meyer served in the Diplomatic Service for almost four decades.
Prior to his role in the US, Christopher served as Ambassador to Germany; press secretary to John Major; speechwriter to three Foreign Secretaries, and head of the political section of the Embassy in Moscow. Amongst a range of academic, advisory and non-executive roles Christopher holds positions at Cambridge University, the Arbuthnot Banking Group and British-American Business inc. He also speaks Russian, French, Spanish and German - with varying degrees of ability.
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The full agenda will be published in due course. Agenda Day 1 Agenda Day 2. Hannah Vaughan Jones , Conference Host. Panel discussion on current UK supply chain opportunities and best practice for securing work. At the conference centre. The division of labour, however, so far as it can be introduced, occasions, in every art, a proportionable increase of the productive powers of labour. The separation of different trades and employments from one another, seems to have taken place, in consequence of this advantage.
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