8 December 2020.
U-Battery and the Nuclear AMRC present a webinar on the opportunities presented to the nuclear supply chain by small and advanced modular reactor designs, especially those using off-the-shelf modular manufacturing approaches.
U-Battery is an advanced modular reactor (AMR) technology being developed in the UK and Canada, featuring a cogeneration unit capable of producing both heat and local power for a range of energy needs. In July 2020, U-Battery was awarded funding by BEIS to develop its technology.
This event, from 1–3pm on Tuesday 8 December, will help you understand the future partnership opportunities presented by U-Battery’s development. U-Battery is keen to develop relationships with a wide array of businesses and to brief the sector on its progress and timeframes for production of its technology.
- Steve Threlfall, U-Battery.
- Tim Stone, Nuclear Industry Association.
- Andrew Storer, Nuclear AMRC.
- Kirsty Gogan, Energy for Humanity.
- Craig Lester, BEIS.
- Fiona Reilly, Expert Finance Working Group on Small Reactors.
For more information and to register, visit the U-Battery supply chain event page.