Working Group Meetings 

The most recent meetings of the World Nuclear Association Working Groups were held in London in September (September Working Group Website). The next meetings will be held in January.

Working Groups are forums through which the enterprises of the global nuclear industry share best practice, conduct analysis, and develop consolidated positions on economic, safety and environmental issues. Several groups act as the interface for industry at international policy-making organisations, such as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the International Commission for Radiological Protection (ICRP) and the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) of the OECD. 

Each group is chaired by an expert from a member company of the World Nuclear Association, and has a mentor assigned to it from the Board. Administrative and technical support is provided by the Secretariat. Groups typically gather three times a year in January, in April around the World Nuclear Fuel Cycle conference, and in September around the World Nuclear Association Symposium in London.

More information about the working groups can be found on the Members website.

 


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