April 24, 2013 – Toronto, ON – Mindfirst today hosted a luncheon seminar on the topic Nuclear Power: The Case for Refurbishment. The private forum was attended by executives, academics, policy makers, professionals and representatives from several stakeholder groups. Opening remarks were made by: Amir Shalaby, Vice President of Power System Planning, Ontario Power Authority (OPA), Dietmar Reiner, Senior Vice-President, Refurbishment, Ontario Power Generation (OPG), Greg Rzentkowski, Director General of Power Reactors Regulations, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) and Peter Fraser, Managing Director, Regulatory Policy, Ontario Energy Board (OEB). The CNSC presentation delivered by Greg Rzentkowski is available via the link below.
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission regulates the use of nuclear energy and materials to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment; and to implement Canada’s international commitments on the peaceful use of nuclear energy.
The Mindfirst Energy Seminar Series provides an unbiased, objective platform for the discussion of important global energy issues. Conducted under Chatham House Rule the discussion forum invites thought leaders to collaborate and promote awareness and understanding of related issues and best practices thereby encouraging the deployment of better, sustainable solutions.