UK & South Korea decommissioning forum


The Nuclear AMRC and Energy 2050 invite you to discover the opportunities for international collaboration in the South Korean nuclear decommissioning programme.

With 25 reactors producing a third of electricity, South Korea has long been a leader in nuclear energy. But with its first commercial reactor – Kori-1 – shutting down in 2017, South Korea is preparing to enter a new era of nuclear decommissioning.

With a wealth of decommissioning experience at home, the UK has the opportunity to support South Korea with its decommissioning and international new-build programmes.

UK-Korean collaboration could be crucial to helping South Korea achieve its decommissioning goals in a safe and economic manner, and UK companies with experience in domestic decommissioning are well placed to help.

This event will give UK companies new insight into the decommissioning programmes in both countries, and highlight the opportunities for collaboration and export.

With speakers from:

  • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
  • Nuclear AMRC
  • AMRC Korea
  • University of Sheffield’s Energy 2050

Reserve your place on Eventbrite:

0114 222 9954

Venue: AMRC Knowledge Transfer Centre, University of Sheffield, Advanced Manufacturing Park, Brunel Way, Rotherham, S60 5WG,