NICE Future initiative webinars
With assistance from the governments of Canada, Japan, and the United States, the NICE Future initiative offers free webinars on nuclear energy topics for any interested parties around the world.
Webinars on YouTube
The NICE Future initiative at CEM-12 hosted a discussion about diverse national and multi-national pathways to net zero.
The NICE Future initiative hosted a discussion at CEM-12 about the Flexible Nuclear Campaign for Nuclear-Renewables Integration (FNC).
The NICE Future initiative at CEM-12 hosted a side event exploring opportunities to target hard-to-abate sectors with advanced heat sources and hydrogen-enabled synthetic fuels to accelerate cost-effective transitions to zero emissions energy systems.
Youth in Clean Energy Series Part 2: Policy and Financial Lessons - Advancing Energy and Climate Goals with Low Carbon Energy Systems
In Part 2 of the Youth in Clean Energy series, presentations focused on assessing the costs of decarbonization, youth workforce development, and how innovative policy and financing can better support low carbon power systems.
Youth in Clean Energy Series Part 1: Roles for Nuclear Power in Low-Carbon Energy Systems to Achieve Just and Clean Energy Transitions
Speakers from around the world convened to discuss the role nuclear power can play in low-carbon energy systems. This event is part one in a two-part webinar series presented by NICE Future and the International Youth Nuclear Congress.
C3E International is proud to partner with the U.S. government's Power Africa Initiative for this inaugural Women's Clean Energy Wednesday webinar.
The Inform and Inspire the Next Generation Series showcases educational activities that inspire the next generation to explore energy solutions, including nuclear energy technologies, for clean, reliable, resilient, and integrated systems.
Kirsty Gogan, Co-founder of Energy for Humanity and Managing Director at LucidCatalyst, discusses the much needed transition to clean energy and the role played by nuclear.
In this extraordinary year, the 11th annual Clean Energy Ministerial meeting (CEM11) was hosted virtually by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, livestreamed for the first time ever, and open to a global audience.
This webinar presents new ways experts are growing the next generation of young minds with innovative approaches to STEM education. Starting with a discussion of successful new programs in the U.S., the webinar will preview upcoming webinars in the series focusing on other countries.
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