About

The industry’s leading new build conference and exhibition, NNB2019, will take place Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 12 June 2019 at 155 Bishopsgate, London.

The UK is leading the way in creating the landscape for nuclear new build and this conference will demonstrate and celebrate progress made, building confidence in successful delivery of new nuclear build projects in the UK. 

The biennial conference is set to attract delegates from across the nuclear sector from both home and abroad, and this year will have a special focus on the international market.

NNB2019 will provide a forum to hear from developers and the supply chain, establish links across the industry and unrivalled networking opportunities.

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Agenda

NNB2019 attendees will hear from key industry figures and experts on a range of new build topics.

The full agenda will be published in due course.

  • Registration and Networking

  • Welcome, Introduction and Conference Overview

  • Chair's Welcome - The strategic case for nuclear

    Keynote overview of the key discussion points for the conference and the strategic messages of the industry for 2019 and beyond

  • Horizon Nuclear Power Update

  • Sector Deal Update

    Panel discussion with the 5-sector deal work stream chairs - Chaired by Tim Stone, Chair, NIA

  • Bradwell Update

    Latest updates on the Bradwell B development and CGN UK's investment in the UK new build market

  • Coffee Break

  • Global Nuclear Markets

    Discussion on the opportunities for UK supply chain companies in global markets

    • Kostadin Sirleshtov, Partner and CEE, Head of Energy, CMS
    • David Blee, President and Chief Executive Officer, United States Nuclear Industry Council
    • Campbell Kier, Deputy Director, Energy & Infrastructure, Department for International Trade
  • Essential Guide

    Brief presentation on the newly launched Essential Guide and how it can help the industry supply chain seek out opportunities in the UK market.

    • Glen Little, Industrial Advisor, Nuclear Industry Association
  • ONR - no ordinary regulator

  • Lunch

  • Financing new build

    Panel discussion on new sustainable finance models for energy infrastructure

  • Hinkley Point C Update

    Latest updates on the activity at Europe's largest infrastructure project

  • Supply Chain

    Panel discussion on current UK supply chain opportunities and best practice for securing work.

    Questions with Humphrey Cadoux-Hudson, Managing Director, EDF Energy

  • Enhancing the GDA process

    Innovative regulation to support new technologies and cost-effective projects

    • Ana Gomez-Cobo, Superintending Inspector, GDA, Office for Nuclear Regulation
  • Close of day one

  • Registration and Networking

  • Welcome, Introduction and Conference Overview

  • Euratom

    Panel looking at progress on negotiations on future relationship with Euratom

    • Berta Picamal, Executive Advisor to Director General, FORATOM
    • David Wagstaff, Head of Euratom Exit, Negotiations and Strategy, Department Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
  • Research and Development across the supply chain

    Discussion on innovative techniques and partnerships to overcome challenges across the civil nuclear supply chain

    • Nigel Thornton, Business Development Director - Energy, SNC Lavalin/Atkins
    • Diego Santoro, Decommissioning Business Development Director, GD Energy Services
    • Caroline Longman, Government Account Director, National Nuclear Laboratory
  • Outlook on small and advanced nuclear markets around the world

  • Small and Advanced Reactors

    Looking at progress on next steps small and advanced reactors - Chaired by Fiona Reilly

  • Coffee Break

  • International Business Opportunities

    Presentations on businesses who have had success throughout UK supply chain both domestically and around the globe

  • Fusion

    A session looking at what is next for fusion power and best practice on how the UK supply chain get involved in opportunities going forward?

  • Conference Close and Lunch

Speakers

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Dr Tim Stone CBE

Chair, Nuclear Industry Association

 
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Alan Raymant

Chief Executive, Bradwell B, CGN UK

Alan Raymant is the Chief Executive of the Bradwell B projec...
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Fiona Reilly

Director, FiRe Energy

 
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Humphrey Cadoux-Hudson photo

Humphrey Cadoux-Hudson

Managing Director, EDF Energy

Humphrey studied Engineering and Management at Manchester Un...
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Andrew Storer

Chief Executive, Nuclear AMRC

Andrew was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the...
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Simon Bowen

Chief Executive, Cavendish

 
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Charlotte Morgan

Partner, Linklaters

 
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Mike Tynan

Chair, NIRAB

Mike Tynan has a career spanning 5 decades in the civil nucl...
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Beccy Pleasant

Head of Skills, NSSG

 
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Ana Gomez-Cobo

Superintending Inspector, GDA, Office for Nuclear Regulation

Ana Gomez Cobo has been working in nuclear safety for over 3...
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Julia Pyke

Development Director, EDF Energy

Julia is the Nuclear Development Director for EDF Energy, an...
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Berta Picamal

Executive Advisor to Director General, FORATOM

Berta Picamal has a degree in translation from Universitat A...
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Hannah Vaughan Jones

Conference Host

Hannah Vaughan Jones is a journalist, broadcaster and intern...
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Kostadin Sirleshtov

Partner and CEE, Head of Energy, CMS

Kostadin Sirleshtov is a partner at CMS Sofia and Head of th...
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Nigel Thornton

Business Development Director - Energy, SNC Lavalin/Atkins


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Philip Rogers

Government Nuclear Business Manager, Frazer Nash Consultancy


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Ian Chapman

Chief Executive, UKAEA


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David Blee

President and Chief Executive Officer, United States Nuclear Industry Council

David Blee serves as the president and chief executive offic...
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Campbell Kier

Deputy Director, Energy & Infrastructure, Department for International Trade


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Glen Little

Industrial Advisor, Nuclear Industry Association


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Adrienne Kelbie

Chief Executive, Office for Nuclear Regulation

Adriènne is Chief Executive and Executive Board member of th...
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Ralf Rank

Managing Partner, Brookfield


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Clive White

President, Nuclear, Wood plc

Clive White is President for Wood’s Nuclear business unit&nb...
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David Wagstaff

Head of Euratom Exit, Negotiations and Strategy, Department Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

David joined the civil service from the retail trade twenty...
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Diego Santoro

Decommissioning Business Development Director, GD Energy Services


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Steve Threlfell

General Manager, U-Battery


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Stephen Haighton

Chief Executive Officer, Moltex


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Duncan Hawthorne

Chief Executive Officer, Horizon Nuclear Power

Duncan Hawthorne was appointed Horizon CEO in May 2016 havin...
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Caroline Longman

Government Account Director, National Nuclear Laboratory

Caroline Longman is an Account Director for the National Nuc...
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Dr Calum Powrie

Chief Consultant, Safety Case Service Lead, CRA Risk


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Subomi Latinwo

Science and Research Business Manager, Nuvia


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Cameron Gilmour

Vice President Nuclear , Doosan Babcock

Cameron was appointed Vice President of Doosan Babcock in Fe...
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Sponsorship and Exhibition

Sponsorship and exhibition brochure

There are a range of sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available at NNB2019. You can take a look at our sponsorship and exhibition brochure to see the variety of options. Packages will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Silver Sponsors


Lanyard Sponsor


Exhibitors

Venue

etc. venues

155 Bishopsgate

London

EC2M 3YD

 

020 3735 4400

 

Website - please click here

Travel

Situated minutes from Liverpool Street station, the venue is easy to reach from a number of train, underground and bus routes. By underground from Liverpool Street (Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City or Metropolitan Line) For exits from all underground lines follow signs for Liverpool Street mainline station. Once on the main concourse of the mainline station, look for signs for Way Out 1 (Bishopsgate West) located next to platform 14. Take the escalator or stairs up to street level where you will see a Carphone Warehouse on the opposite side of the road. Turn left and head up Bishopsgate towards Shoreditch. Keep walking for approximately 1 minute until you reach 155 Bishopsgate on the left hand side (opposite NatWest and Snappy Snaps). 

Parking

There is an NCP car park at Finsbury Square (EC2A 1AD). Please remember the venue sits within the congestion charge zone - for further information visit www.cclondon.com

Accommodation

We have arranged some specially discounted rates at a few neighbouring hotels, which can be booked directly using a unique reference number, listed at the bottom of page of each option. The rates are only available for a limited time and any rooms booked after their cut off date cannot be guaranteed at the negotiated rates.  Rooms are limited in each venue, so early booking is recommended. Extra nights may be available at the agreed rates also (subject to availability), ask for information on booking.

All rooms have their own cancellation policy, so please check this on booking or you may be charged in full for late arrivals and cancellations.

If you have any difficulty booking the rooms, then please contact:

reservations@intelligent-venues.com

 

There are also a number of Travel Lodges and Premier Inns local to the venue – special rates have not been agreed here:

Travelodge London Liverpool Street

Travelodge London City

Premier Inns

Novotel London Tower Bridge Hotel 4*

10 Pepys Street, London EC3N 2NR

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£269.00 inc vat and breakfast

Book by 11th May to get the reduced rates

  • 15 minute walk to ETC Venues, Bishopsgate
  • 5 minutes walk to Tower Bridge Tube Station
  • Parking is approx. 5 minutes away
  • Stylish guest rooms with free view and  complimentary WiFi
  • Hot or Cold Buffet Breakfast included
  • Restaurant and Bar
  • Accessible Rooms

TO BOOK:  reservations@intelligent-venues.com                                

Online Booking code: 54565543

Cancellation is up 72 hrs prior to arrival and the payment card used online will be charged 72 hours prior to arrival


Ibis Budget London Whitechapel Hotel – Brick Lane 3 *

100 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1JG

Website

Book by 9th May to get these rates

£131 inc vat and Continental Breakfast

  • 15 minute walk to ETC Venues, Bishopsgate
  • 5 minutes walk to Whitechapel Station
  • Public Parking is approx. 5 minutes away -  walking
  • Online check-in and 24 hr reception
  • Contemporary, new ‘nest’ rooms  with Wi-Fi
  • Continental Breakfast included
  • Accessible Rooms

TO BOOK:  h8033-re@accor.com and quote NNB

Cancellation is up 72 hrs prior to arrival and the payment card used online will be charged 72 hours prior to arrival

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Non-members

NIA Members

Students / Retired

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