New role for Wharton at Studsvik Scandpower

June 15, 2023, 12:01PMANS Nuclear Cafe

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Effective today, American Nuclear Society member Art Wharton has been named business area president for Studsvik Scandpower Group. Wharton joined Studsvik in 2017 as a vice president and has held the role of acting president of the Studsvik Scandpower Business Area since October 6 of last year.

"Art Wharton will play an important role in shaping the future of the Scandpower business through his knowledge, experience, and his broad industry network,” said Camilla Hoflund, president and chief executive officer at Studsvik. “I look forward to the further development of our ability to benefit the nuclear energy market with Scandpower's software, and services."

History: Prior to joining Scandpower, Wharton was employed by Westinghouse Electric Company for about 11 years, where he held various roles. He also sits on the ANS Board of Directors, is active in the Society's Finance and National Program committees, and most recently served two terms as ANS treasurer. For his service and dedication to ANS, Wharton received a Presidential Citation at the ANS Annual Meeting this month in Indianapolis, Ind.

The company: Studsvik focuses on fuel and materials technology, reactor analysis software; decommissioning and radiation protection services; and technical platforms for handling, conditioning, and volume reduction of radioactive waste. The company has over 75 years of nuclear technology and radiological service experience and has 520 employees in seven countries.


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