World Nuclear Association connects members through exclusive forums where the members can inform and influence the work of the Association, share best practices, conduct analysis, and develop consolidated positions on a wide range of industry issues.

These groups act as the interface between the nuclear industry and external organizations that have an impact on the future of nuclear energy. Several of these organizations set the policy framework for nuclear power, such as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) or the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP). Others set global policy frameworks for energy, climate change, finance, or resource management, including the International Energy Agency (IEA), World Bank, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) organization, UN Framework Convention onClimate Change (UNFCCC) and the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).

Each Working Group is composed of experts from member companies, chaired by one of these experts and has a Board member assigned as a mentor. All World Nuclear Association member companies can nominate a member of staff to a Working Group. Administrative and technical support is provided by the Secretariat.  Advisory Groups support the Secretariat in identifying opportunities and challenges for the global nuclear industry and the Association.

World Nuclear Association member representatives can access all Working Group reports, documents, presentations and contact lists on the exclusive members website. In addition, we held a webinar presenting our new Working Groups and explaining how members can get involved. You can download the presentation slides and watch the recording of the video on this page.

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Joining a Working Group provides an excellent opportunity to:

  • Network and learn from peers
  • Obtain insights on the latest industry developments
  • Inform your business strategy
  • Raise your company’s profile

If you are not a Working Group member, and would like to become one, please email the relevant Staff Director.

Details can be accessed via the Working Groups tab: Fuel Cycle groups, Plant Performance groups, Cross-cutting groups and Advisory groups.

Member representatives can view all Working Group reports, documents, presentations and contact lists on the members website
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