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Contents & Contributors
Re-Evaluating Nuclear Power’s Role in Meeting the Nation’s Current and Future Demand for Electricity
Dr. Raul Deju, President and Chief Administrative Officer, EnergySolutions
Leveraging Current Regulatory Incentives to Mitigate the Risk of and Increase the Commercial Viability of a Nuclear Revival
John E. Matthews, Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP
William A. Horin, Partner, Winston and Strawn LLP
International Perspectives on the Opportunities and Challenges around the Increased Emphasis toward Nuclear Power
Christopher J. Hansen, Associate Director, Global Power, Cambridge Energy Research Association (CERA)
Ian Hore-Lacy, Director of Public Communications, World Nuclear Association
Exploring Financing Mechanisms for the Construction of New Nuclear Power Plants
Dan Rogers, Partner, King & Spalding
New Capital Finance and Investment Opportunities: Investor and Rating Agency Perspectives
Paul Dabbar, Managing Director, Global Mergers & Acquisitions, JPMorgan
Effective Planning and Execution Strategies for New Nuclear Build: Lessons Learned from the last Nuclear Construction Cycle
James E. Carter, Director, Navigant Consulting
Identifying New Nuclear Plant Deployment Challenges and Mitigation Strategies
Steven D. Scroggs, Senior Director for Project Development, Florida Power and Light Company
Evaluating Next Generation Reactor Designs and their Impact on Capital Costs
William N. Gardner, Manager of Contracts, Westinghouse
Pooled Inventory Management
James A. Ripple, Program Manager, Southern Company
Overcoming the Critical Workforce Deficit: Leveraging Innovative Strategies to Develop the Next Generation of Nuclear Engineers to Meet the Growing Demand for Skilled Labor
Dr. Robert Rhodes, Vice-President of Training and Outreach, New Mexico Junior College
Dr. James Wright, Director, High Temperature Teaching and Test Reactor Program, University of Texas
The Waste Disposal Challenge: Will it End the Nuclear Renaissance Before it Begins?
Lewis Johnson, President, Studsvik, Inc.
Joseph DiCamillo, General Counsel, Studsvik, Inc.
Alan Dobson, Senior Vice President, EnergySolutions