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

Nuclear reimagined and meeting clean energy goals: Why NGOs care about the Clean Energy Ministerial NICE Future initiative

U.S. NGOs ClearPath and Third Way join representatives from the NICE Future initiative to give an overview of the initiative, various applications of advanced nuclear technologies, their integration into communities and the status of advanced reactors in the U.S. and Canadian licensing processes. They discuss how the human impact of these systems make understanding nuclear technologies very important for NGOs.

Technology overview for integrated nuclear/renewable energy systems

Representatives of the United States and Canada provide an overview of the motivations for integrated energy system research, the technology solutions being investigated, the modeling and simulation tools that have been developed to optimize system design and dynamic performance, analysis results and planned concept demonstrations.

Nuclear Innovation: Clean Energy Future—Creating opportunities for cross-sectoral cooperation (Session 2)

Founding partners of the NICE Future initiative provide a follow-on update of the initiative and opportunities for joining the initiative in this second session webinar on cross-sectoral cooperation opportunities under the initiative.

Nuclear Innovation: Clean Energy Future—Creating opportunities for cross-sectoral cooperation (Session 1)

Founding partners of the NICE Future initiative provide an update on the initiative, preparations to launch it at CEM 9, and opportunities for countries joining the initiative.

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Nuclear reimagined and
meeting clean energy goals

In this webinar, learn why it matters that nuclear was included in the Clean Energy Ministerial.