Events represent one of the primary ways in which we help bring nuclear into the clean energy conversation. Contact us to learn how to participate at an upcoming event, or to partner with the NICE Future initiative on other events.
The NICE Future initiative at recent events
NICE Future showcased at IFNEC events
13–14 November 2019 in Washington, D.C.
The NICE Future initiative was prominently featured during the International Framework for Nuclear Energy Cooperation’s (IFNEC’s) Ministerial-level Executive Committee meeting and Global Ministerial Conference titled, Bringing the World Small Modular Reactors and Advanced Nuclear. Learn more.
Nuclear-Focused Side Events at CEM10: The Tenth Clean Energy Ministerial
27-29 May 2019 in Vancouver, Canada
Ministers from more than 25 countries gathered in Vancouver, Canada, to accelerate progress towards a clean energy future. The NICE Future initiative sponsored two official side events to highlight the initiative’s first publication and the roles that dispatchable nuclear technology can play in clean energy systems. The initiative also co-sponsored a film screening on the roles that innovation and young professionals are playing in the nuclear industry. Learn more.
Panel Discussions at COP24: 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
2–15 December 2018 in Katowice, Poland
At COP 24 the NICE Future initiative led a diverse panel of leaders to discuss how emissions reductions could be accelerated by utilizing advanced nuclear technologies. Learn more.
Panel Presentation at the International Framework for Nuclear Energy Cooperation (IFNEC) 2018 and the Millennial Nuclear Caucus (MNC) side event
13 November 2018 in Tokyo, Japan
The NICE Future initiative led panel discussions and hosted a side event for attendees to discuss and ask questions about the role of nuclear energy in clean energy systems. The side event, sponsored by the Millennial Nuclear Caucus, focused on engaging youth, workforce development and the next generation of nuclear engineers. Learn more.
Keynote Address at the Generation IV International Forum (GIF): 8th Edition of Atoms for the Future
16–17 October 2018 in Paris, France
The NICE Future initiative held a keynote address to the Generation IV International Forum (GIF). GIF has been a traditionally nuclear-focused forum for discussing advances in next-generation nuclear reactor designs. This keynote helped build a cross-sectoral dialogue about how nuclear energy can contribute to larger clean energy systems. Learn more.
Launch of the NICE Future initiative at CEM9: The Ninth Annual Clean Energy Ministerial
23–24 March 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark
The NICE Future initiative was officially launched at the 9th Clean Energy Ministerial, where Canada, Japan and the United States led a discussion by ministers on the role that nuclear energy can play in future clean energy systems. Learn more.