Youth in Clean Energy Series Part 1: Roles for Nuclear Power in Low-Carbon Energy Systems to Achieve Just and Clean Energy Transitions

The Clean Energy Ministerial’s (CEM) NICE Future initiative and CEM’s Equal by 30 Campaign, in collaboration with the International Youth Nuclear Congress (IYNC), present a two-day, multi-country webinar series spotlighting decarbonization and zero-emission generation systems. These systems will advance just and clean energy transitions, sustainable energy planning, clean energy policies, and financing opportunities.

In Part 1 of the series, presentations discussed the design of future energy systems, how to use sustainable energy planning to reach the goals of a just energy transition, and a case study on youth involvement in the clean energy transition in Indonesia.

Speakers:

  • John C.H. Linberg - Public Affairs Manager, World Nuclear Association
  • Annette Hollas - Chair, Empowering People initiative and the Equal by 30 Campaign, CEM
  • Kamal Araj -  Vice Chairman Commissioner for Nuclear Power Reactors, Jordan Atomic Energy Commission 
  • Shannon M. Bragg-Sitton - Lead, Integrated Energy Systems at Idaho National Laboratory 
  • Henri Paillère - Head, Planning and Economic Studies Section, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) 
  • Dimas Irawan - Science Attaché, Embassy of Republic of Indonesia and Permanent Mission to the United Nations

Download the presentation slides at: Youth in Clean Energy Series Part 1: Roles for Nuclear Power in Low-Carbon Energy Systems to Achieve Just and Clean Energy Transitions.


All NICE Future initiative webinar presentations are followed by question-and-answer sessions with webinar participants.
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