Hosted by:
U.S. Nuclear Infrastructure Council (NIC) & East Tennessee Economic Council (ETEC)

Date:
September 6-7, 2017

Place:
Oak Ridge, Tennessee – Pollard Technology Conference Center

Audience:
Manufacturing companies interested in supporting existing nuclear facilities and upcoming nuclear construction projects (2018 to 2035), in the Southeastern U.S.

Agenda: (click here for more information)
Sept. 6: Sessions will be conducted by national speakers representing various components of the nuclear industry geared toward strengthening the nation’s nuclear supply chain. The day’s activities conclude with an evening reception for attendees and business/community leaders.

Sept. 7: More advanced supplier topics will be presented. The afternoon features optional tours of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the Y-12 National Security Complex, and the East Tennessee Technology Park.

Cost:
$295.00

Sponsors:
Sponsorships are available. (Click here for more information.)

Registration: Now open! Click here to register.

Questions: Contact Vince Gilbert, vince.gilbert@usnic.org or 202-422-8238

About the U.S. Nuclear Infrastructure Council
USNIC is the leading U.S. business consortium advocate for nuclear energy and promotion of the American supply chain globally. Composed of over 80 companies USNIC represents the “Who’s Who” of the nuclear supply chain community, including key utility movers, technology developers, construction engineers, manufacturers and service providers. USNIC encompasses seven working groups and select task forces.


About the East Tennessee Economic Council

ETEC is an independent, regional, non-profit membership organization dedicated to supporting the federal government’s missions in Oak Ridge as well as encouraging new opportunities to fully utilize the highly-skilled talent, cutting-edge technologies and unique facilities that make up the federal reservation. ETEC still works in strong partnership with federal contractors, Department of Energy and National Nuclear Security Administration representatives, state officials, small businesses, and other local economic development organizations to seek new ways to use federal investments in science and security to create prosperity, promote regional development, and explore opportunities for growth.

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