EI LIVE free YPN webinar | Driving Deeper Decarbonisation with Nuclear Energy
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This workshop is part of a series of virtual workshops run by the Young Professionals Network (YPN) of the Energy Institute’s Middle East branch to support young professionals in developing the right skills and competencies to keep up with the demands of tomorrow.
6 - 7 PM (UAE local time).
In an effort to diversify their energy mix, many countries in the MENA region are considering investing more in Nuclear Energy. Join this workshop to gain expert insights on how to drive deeper decarbonization with Nuclear Energy from an internationally sought-after advisor to governments, industry, academic networks and NGOs on Nuclear Energy.
Kirsty Gogan Alexander, Managing Director, LucidCatalyst & Energy for Humanity
Kirsty is managing partner of LucidCatalyst, a highly specialized international consultancy offering thought leadership, strategy development and techno-economic expertise focused on multiplying and accelerating zero carbon technology options available for large-scale, affordable, market-based decarbonization of the global economy over a wide range of future scenarios.
LucidCatalyst was recently commissioned to produce the widely cited Energy Technologies Institute Nuclear Cost Drivers Study, and by ARPA-E to conduct a study on Cost and Performance Requirements for Flexible Advanced Nuclear Plants in Future U.S. Power Markets.
Kirsty chairs the UK Government’s Nuclear Innovation Research and Advisory Board (NIRAB) Cost Reduction Working Group. In 2019, NIRAB recommended investment of USD1.3 billion between 2021 and 2025 to boost the progress of innovation, leading to a package of measures designed to support UK net zero goals in 2020.
Who Should Attend?
Professionals who are interested in:
- Learning more about Nuclear Energy and innovation.
- Pursuing personal and professional development.
- Developing their professional network in the Middle East.
- Learning about how the Energy Institute YPN can help in their career progression.