2018 Global Nuclear Investment Summit-GNIS
  •   1:00pm

    Registration and Refreshments

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  •   1:30pm

    Opening Remarks from the Chair

    Sylvia Pfeifer, Energy Correspondent, Financial Times

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  •   1:35pm

    Welcome Address

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  •   1:40pm

    Welcome from Ocean Nuclear

    Zhen Qiu, Chairman of the Board, Ocean Nuclear

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  •   01:45pm

    Panel: Making Nuclear Cost Competitive: An Investment Case for Nuclear

    Nuclear power remains a complex proposition for investors. Proponents underline the vital role nuclear will need to play if the ambitious emissions reductions enshrined in the 2015 Paris climate agreement are to be met. Yet the falling costs of renewable power, combined with current low gas pricesand concerns over costs overruns and delays on new build projects in US, France and Finland have deepened doubts about the economics of nuclear power.If nuclear is to attract the investment it needs to expand and renew the UK’s fleet, and secure its future role in the energy mix, it will need to be cost competitive with other alternative energy sources, and project developers will need to find ways to cut costs and manage the delays which are a principal barrier to new investment. Is the industry able to articulate an attractive business case for nuclear investment? How can nuclear become competitive with renewables? Is a nuclear cost premium justified on the basis of 24/7, reliable power? Will batteries resolve the intermittency challenge of renewables, reducing the need for peak plant nuclear and gas? What can project developers do to make the business case of nuclear more compelling? What are the strategies to address the risk perceptions of investors?

    Humphrey Cadoux-Hudson, Managing Director of Nuclear Development,EDF Energy
    Robert Davies, Chief Operating Officer, CGN UK (GNI)
    Angus McCrone, Chief Editor, Bloomberg New Energy Finance
    Yang Hanxin, Chief Scientist, Ocean Nuclear
    Lin Boqiang , Dean, China Institute for Studies in Energy Policy, Xiamen University; Vice Chairman, China Energy Society

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  •   2:35pm

    The Role for New Nuclear in a Global Context

    King Lee, Director, Harmony Programme, World Nuclear Association

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  •   02:55pm

    Panel: Preparing Nuclear for the New Energy Era: Addressing the Skills and Supply Chain Challenges

    Nuclear power remains a complex proposition for investors. Proponents underline the vital role nuclear will need to play if the ambitious emissions reductions enshrined in the 2015 Paris climate agreement are to be met. Yet the falling costs of renewable power, combined with current low gas pricesand concerns over costs overruns and delays on new build projects in US, France and Finland have deepened doubts about the economics of nuclear power.If nuclear is to attract the investment it needs to expand and renew the UK’s fleet, and secure its future role in the energy mix, it will need to be cost competitive with other alternative energy sources, and project developers will need to find ways to cut costs and manage the delays which are a principal barrier to new investment. Is the industry able to articulate an attractive business case for nuclear investment? How can nuclear become competitive with renewables? Is a nuclear cost premium justified on the basis of 24/7, reliable power? Will batteries resolve the intermittency challenge of renewables, reducing the need for peak plant nuclear and gas? What can project developers do to make the business case of nuclear more compelling? What are the strategies to address the risk perceptions of investors?

    Professor Stephen Pollock (Viscount Hanworth), Member of EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee, House of Lords
    Tom Greatrex,CEO, Nuclear Industry Association

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  •   03:30pm

    Networking Coffee Break

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  •   03:50pm

    Panel: Unlocking Finance for New Nuclear

    The future growth of the UK industry will depend on project developers’ ability to develop innovate, workable project structuresand to access new sources of finance The balance sheets of governments and utilities are under pressure, and other traditional sources of finance to include ECA and corporate loans will not be sufficient to address the scale and finance needs of the multiple projects planned or envisaged. A number of innovative financing sources are currently being explored. Project finance, for instance,is considered the nirvana of nuclear financing, but the perceived complexity and the particular risks and liabilities associated with nuclear have acted as a barrier to uptake.The considerable capital of pension funds and insurers is another source, if this can be effectively harnessed. What are the new innovative finance and project models, and how well positioned is the industry to attract these new source of finance?What are the barriers to project finance for nuclear projects, and how can they be addressed? How can nuclear be made more bankable? How can institutional finance be harnessed? What are the potential risk mitigation solutions? What is the role for government-should they inject equity?

    Vincent Zabielski, Senior Lawyer, Pillsbury, Winthrop, Shaw and Pittman
    Alistair Ray, Chief Investment Officer, Dalmore Capital
    Carol Gould, Managing Director, MUFG Bank
    Xinye Zheng, Associate Dean, School of Economics and Chair, Energy Economics Department, Renmin University of China
    Nasser Al Nasseri, CEO, Barakah One Company

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  •   04:40pm

    Panel: Potential and Prospects for ‘Mini Nuclear ’/ Small Modular Reactors (SMRS) : Can the UK take a Lead?

    The future growth of the UK industry will depend on project developers’ ability to develop innovate, workable project structuresand to access new sources of finance The balance sheets of governments and utilities are under pressure, and other traditional sources of finance to include ECA and corporate loans will not be sufficient to address the scale and finance needs of the multiple projects planned or envisaged. A number of innovative financing sources are currently being explored. Project finance, for instance,is considered the nirvana of nuclear financing, but the perceived complexity and the particular risks and liabilities associated with nuclear have acted as a barrier to uptake.The considerable capital of pension funds and insurers is another source, if this can be effectively harnessed. What are the new innovative finance and project models, and how well positioned is the industry to attract these new source of finance?What are the barriers to project finance for nuclear projects, and how can they be addressed? How can nuclear be made more bankable? How can institutional finance be harnessed? What are the potential risk mitigation solutions? What is the role for government-should they inject equity?

    Simon Irish, CEO, Terrestrial Power
    Alan Woods, Director of Strategy and Business Development – Nuclear, Rolls-Royce
    Ian Scott, CEO, Moltex Energy
    Paul Dorfman, Senior Research Fellow, UCL Energy Institute, University College London

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  •   05:30pm

    Closing Remarks from the Floor

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  •   05:35pm

    End of Summit

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