Contribution Of Nuclear To The Energy Transition

Date de l’événement :

30 mars 2023

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As part of its activities, the KVBE-SRBE organizes several study days to promote technologies for the energy transition using electrical energy. The last event on 24 November 2022 highlighted the need for electricity to decarbonize industry including hydrogen production for industrial applications. In addition, the demand for electricity will be increased as part of the electrification of means of transport as shown by our past event about e-mobility on 26/02/2019.

The KVBE-SRBE has decided to organize, in collaboration with SCK CEN and KVAB/ Reflectiegroep Energie, 2 days of reflection about the use of atomic energy in the coming decades to meet the demand for carbon-free energy in addition to Renewable Energies implementation and development. This comprehensive seminar highlights any important aspects of the future of nuclear technologies and gets you up to speed on latest developments.

The organization is planning a brainstorming seminar in Brussels and a visit to the Belgian nuclear research centre in Mol that develops the MYRRHA and MINERVA projects.

With this event, the KVBE-SRBE intends to bring together all stakeholders on this topic that concerns the coming decades for a CO2-neutral society. This will concern all interested people as teachers, professors, students, specialists, engineers, business, industry and official stakeholders,… It will be complemented in 2023 by another KVBE-SRBE event relating to wind power, particularly offshore installation.




Members SRBE-KBVE and SEE – Members KVAB – members from public federal and regional services

360,00 EUR

Non members

600,00 EUR

Teachers, professors

236,00 EUR

Young professionals (-30 year)

100,00 EUR

Students (- 26 year)

100,00 EUR

Retired professionals

100,00 EUR

*Prices include taxes (21%)

Par : SRBE

  • Bluepoint
  • Diamant building, Boulevard Auguste Reyers 80
  • 1000

Détails de l'événement

  • 30 mars 2023 9h30   -   16h30
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