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SEP 04-06,2024 - London, UK
World Nuclear Symposium 2024

SEP 06-08, 2024 - Nara City, Japan
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SEP 09-11, 2024 - Dubai, UAE
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SEP 10-11, 2024 - Perak, Malaysia​
ICEM2024

SEP 11-12, 2024 - Helsinki, Finland
European Biomass to Power Summit

SEP 16-18, 2024 - Denver, US
Renewable Energy Market 2024 Conference

SEP 16-18, 2024 - Abu Dhabi, UAE
World Utilities Congress

SEP 16-18, 2024 - Abu Dhabi, UAE


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SEP 19, 2024 - Paris, France
Floating PV Europe

SEP 17-20, 2024 - Oslo, Norway
SmartGridComm 2024

SEP 22, 2024 - virtual
World Energy Storage Day

SEP 25-26, 2024 - Cape Town, South Africa
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SEP 16-20, 2024 - Kopaonik, Srbija
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SEP 04-06,2024 - London, UK
World Nuclear Symposium 2024

World Nuclear Symposium 2024
Turning Momentum into Energy
4-6 September 2024
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London

On 4-6 September 2024, distinguished nuclear industry leaders, experts and executives will convene in London, UK to exchange invaluable insights and experience. This collective effort will seek to elevate nuclear energy as a key contributor in the global transition towards a cleaner and more sustainable future.

Accessing affordable and uninterruptible energy is one of today`s biggest challenges for people globally. Moreover, energy provision needs to be clean and sustainable for our planet to survive and thrive. As recognised during the UN Climate Conference, COP28, accelerating nuclear energy as part of the solution to achieve `deep, rapid and sustained reductions in greenhouse gas emissions`.

Nuclear power can propel economic development in newcomer countries while reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. In established nuclear nations existing nuclear power plants are being operated for longer, extending the environmental and economic efficacy of these plants. New build will include both large-scale reactors as well as smaller, modular reactors.