To mark the end of the GEMINI+ project which was launched in September 2017, join the GEMINI+ Final Workshop organised online, on 25 November. This half-day event (8:45 am to 1 pm) will provide a perspective on the contribution that High Temperature Reactors (HTRs) may bring to deep decarbonisation besides focus on a real potential first demonstration project in Poland.
The HTR 2020 is postponed to May-June 2021. More information regarding the deadlines for submission, review notification and full submission will be provided once schedule for HTR2021 is confirmed. ABOUT HTR 2020 When: 6-8 October 2020 (postponed to 2021) Where: Yogyakarta, Indonesia The International Topical Meeting on High Temperature Reactor Technology is the sole international conference focusing on high-temperature gas-cooled reactors
In collaboration with the GEMINI+ project and ALLEGRO project, the PHD4GEN High Tempearture Reactors Summer School took place online from 1-5 June 2020. The School gathered several dozen of students who had the possibility to attend a total of 23 lectures dedicated to HTGR technologies and Generation IV reactors. First of all, a welcome speech was given by Professor Grzegorz Wrochna,
In collaboration with the GEMINI+ project, the PHD4GEN High Tempearture Reactors Summer School will be organised from 1-5 June 2020, in Kazimierz Dolny (Poland). Due to the current situation, the School can be fully attended remotely. The aim of this School is to present the current status of the Generation IV reactors under study of the program “New reactor concepts and
When: 6-8 October 2020 Where: Yogyakarta, Indonesia The International Topical Meeting on High Temperature Reactor Technology is the sole international conference focusing on high-temperature gas-cooled reactors and process heat application technology. HTR 2020 provides a comprehensive networking and exchange forum for professionals in R&D and in industry as well as for decision makers from governments, utilities, end-user industries and vendors. Attendees will obtain
From 12-13 June, the GEMINI+ partners gathered in Dresden (Germany) to assess mid-term results, half before the end of the project and after the first project reporting period. Organised by the Dresden University of Technology (TUD), one of the GEMINI+ partners, this project meeting represented a great opportunity for all the partners to discover the R&D installations of the German
The 2019 edition of the International Congress on Advances in Nuclear Power Plants (ICAPP) took place in Juan-les-Pins (France), from 12-15 May 2019. On this occasion, the GEMINI+ project was presented by explaining its main goal, expected objectives and impacts to pave the way for an early deployment of industrial nuclear cogeneration in Europe. The full presentation is available by
The HTR programme had been recently accepted to be included among the so called Polish “National Smart Specialisations” list. Being on the NSS list is a necessary condition to get European structural funds. Thus, the door is open to apply for financing construction of 10 MWth experimental HTR at NCBJ. Read more about it by clicking here (only available in
Józef Sobolewski, Director of Nuclear Energy Department in Polish Ministry of Energy wrote an opinion paper about energy policies in Europe and problems with their practical implementations originally published in Wszystko Co Najważniejsze and relayed on the World Nuclear News website. Read the original version by clicking here.
The Polish Minister of energy published in November 2018 a draft version of the PEP2040. This strategic document titled “Energy Policy in Poland until 2040” addresses the most important challenges that Polish energy sector will be facing in the next two decades and includes the main target, key directions, as well as corresponding measures to be implemented in the short-term