Canadian Nuclear Association Opens Registration for its 2021 Conference and Trade Show
OTTAWA (July 12, 2021) – The Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) is pleased to announce that registration is open for CNA2021, its annual Conference and Trade Show being held virtually from September 15-17, 2021.
The CNA Conference and Trade Show is the premier event for Canada’s nuclear industry. In 2020, the event attracted over 850 attendees from within and outside Canada’s nuclear industry, including senior executives, public policy experts, engineers, regulators, elected officials and international delegates.
This year’s theme is CNA2021: Leading Innovations to Achieve a Net-Zero World. Canada’s goal of net-zero emissions by 2050 can only be met with innovative advances in clean energy production. CNA2021 explores the leading-edge projects and technologies that are poised to make Canada’s nuclear industry an indispensable part of our clean energy future.
“The CNA Conference and Trade Show will be delivered virtually for the first time,” said John Gorman, President and CEO of the CNA. “We are excited about this format as it has allowed us to welcome speakers from all around the world, offer a greater variety of sessions and expand our audience reach. Attendees can still expect plenty of opportunity for meeting, networking and collaborating with industry leaders and peers at a lower carbon event.”
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About the Canadian Nuclear Association
The Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) has been the national voice of the Canadian nuclear industry since 1960. Working with our members and all communities of interest, the CNA promotes the industry nationally and internationally, works with governments on policies affecting the sector and endeavours to increase awareness and understanding of the value nuclear technology brings to the environment, economy and daily lives of Canadians.
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