Warrington, UK (13th June 2023) – British advanced nuclear technology (ANT) and energy storage developer MoltexFLEX is joining fellow leading lights of the industry tomorrow at the inaugural Nuclear Industry Association conference on ANTs.
The event, which takes place at the Concorde Conference Centre at Manchester Airport, brings together major ANT developers such as Newcleo, Last Energy, UK Atomics, Terrestrial Energy and many more
–– all united in their desire to fight climate change and bring clean, abundant energy to the world.
The conference will examine small and advanced modular reactors, nuclear’s role in hydrogen and synthetic fuel production, as well as the financing, regulation and government policies surrounding these pioneering technologies.
Attending from MoltexFLEX are CEO David Landon, and Commercial Development Director Tris Denton, who will speak on the panel regarding the commercialisation of ANTs. Communications Officer Rob Loveday will help staff the MoltexFLEX stall, which will be under the wings of the centre’s magnificent Concorde aircraft – an appropriate symbol of British technological prowess.
“We are very proud to be taking part in this first-ever ANT event,” said Landon. “It comes at a time when interest in advanced nuclear technologies, and nuclear energy in general, is growing massively. We are very thankful to the NIA for giving us this chance to help spread the word and add to the growing momentum around nuclear energy.”
For more details and to register for tickets, visit ant2023.co.uk.
MoltexFLEX is a subsidiary of Moltex Energy Limited, with its headquarters in Warrington, UK. It is developing the FLEX reactor – an advanced nuclear reactor which delivers clean, low-cost and reliable energy that complements renewables such as wind and solar. MoltexFLEX plans to have its first reactor operational by 2029. For more information, visit www.moltexflex.com.
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