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How to design a Nuclear Power Station

Lecture

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This talk is about the construction and safety designs of Britain's newest Nuclear Power Station - Hickley Point C.

Date and Time

06 May 2014 - 18:00-19:30

Location

York, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Yorkshire North local network.


About this event

Speaker

 Sarah Williamson  

Synopsis

 The new Hinkley Point 'C' Nuclear Power Station' - The talk will cover the construction and safety designs of Britain's newest Nuclear Power Station. The speaker Sarah Williamson is part of the team currently constructing this long awaited power station which will be located in the south-east of England.

Programme

Refreshments from 17:30

Lecture start: 18:00

Reasons to attend

Anyone interested in the future of the UK energy sector and in particular the current technology for nuclear energy. Not just for engineers - all welcome.

Additional information

Venue: RCH/037, Ron Cooke Hub, Heslington East, University of York

Registration information

Registration preferred but not essential - please click on the green "register button" and follow instructions

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