SNETP has published the proceedings of the 2021 FORUM that gathered over 630 participants to discuss innovation R&D in civil nuclear fission. The SNETP FORUM 2021 consisted of a plenary session in which SNETP's strategy and the vision of its three pillars were presented, followed by a panel discussion to exchange views on the resilience
The SNETP FORUM 2021 was held on 2-4 February in a virtual format. Over 630 participants, not only from all European countries but also from Japan, USA, Canada, Ukraine, and Argentina, were actively involved during the three-day event dedicated to innovation R&D in civil nuclear fission. Plenary SNETP President, Bernard Salha (EDF), officially launched the
SNETP and FORATOM meet with the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth
On Friday 29 January 2021, SNETP and FORATOM participated in a virtual meeting with the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Mariya Gabriel to exchange on the challenges and opportunities of nuclear energy. Bernard Salha, President of SNETP and Yves Desbazeille, Director General of FORATOM, presented some key facts about the nuclear
In January 2021 SNETP answered the European Commission's online questionnaire on Euratom-funded nuclear research. The survey aims to gather feedback from research stakeholders, Member States and other interested parties on research and training in nuclear safety, waste management, radiation protection and fusion energy. The results will serve as basis for the preparation of the Euratom Research and
The SNETP FORUM 2021 will take place virtually on 2-4 February 2021. Find the detailed programme of the Forum here. Registration Please click here to register. Event details Free SNETP event. Considering the impossibility to meet physically, SNETP will facilitate this event free of charge for all SNETP member organisations. Virtual forum. The event
In September 2020, NUGENIA Technical Area 2 (part of SNETP) published the paper "Achievements in Severe Accidents Research (2015-2020)" in the Spanish journal Nuclear España presenting the major achievements on severe accidents accomplished by this area in the last five years. The article also presents some of the dissemination activities, such as the Severe Accident
In October 2020, NC2I, one of the three pillars of SNETP, published its Roadmap for the Deployment of Industrial Nuclear Cogeneration in Europe. The paper highlights the fact that nuclear heat is a unique solution for curbing industrial greenhouse emissions and can therefore contribute to reaching the Green Deal objectives.
We are pleased to announce that SNETP and its pillars have a new visual identity. SNETP has evolved considerably over the last years, becoming an international association (AISBL) in 2019. In this context we have decided to refresh our logos to give them a more modern look to underline the synergies between the association pillars.
On 24 April 2020, the SNETP Secretariat sent a letter to Vice-presidents of the Commission Frans Timmermans and Valdis Dombrovskis, as well as to the EU Commissioner for Energy, Kadri Simson, calling for a just and timely assessment of nuclear energy in the EU Taxonomy of Sustainable Finance. The letter, signed by over a hundred
The Task Force on the SNETP-SRIA update chaired by F. Roelofs (NRG) in close collaboration with NUGENIA, ESNII anf NC2I has been working for more than a year to consolidate a new version of the association strategic agenda. This shall replace the last one published back in 2013 taking into account the evolution of the platform towards a