General Chair

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Mark Peters
Executive Vice President for National Laboratory Management & Operations, Battelle

Yes, we have seen historic U.S. investments in nuclear technology in the last two years. Nuclear optimism is at a generational high. However, tough challenges remain: a laborious licensing process, a domestic enrichment gap, lack of progress on nuclear waste policy, a steep scale-up of our workforce and supply chains, demonstrating first of a kind fission and fusion technologies, just to name a few. It’s become increasingly clear that the world will not be able to solve its most fundamental climate and energy challenges without the power of nuclear technology, As such, we cannot afford to merely kick these challenges down the road. We must face them head on. If nuclear fails, the planet fails. That is not an option.

Keynote Speaker

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Mitch Daniels
Indiana Governor, 2004-2012
Purdue University, President, 2013-2022


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Grace Stanke
Miss America 2023,
Nuclear Engineering Student, Zero-Carbon Advocate

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Dr. Michael Goff
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy

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Maria Korsnick
President and Chief Executive Officer, Nuclear Energy Institute


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