Dresden Nuclear Power Station, Unit 2 issued the following announcement on Jan. 20.
Online registration is now open for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s 32nd annual
Regulatory Information Conference, to be held March 10-12 in North Bethesda, Md.
The NRC offices of Nuclear Reactor Regulation and Nuclear Regulatory Research will jointly
host the annual RIC, which is free and open to the public. Registration is required to attend. The
conference agenda and online registration links are available on the NRC website. The deadline for
online registration is Feb. 25.
The conference draws approximately 2,500 attendees, including industry executives,
representatives from state governments, non-governmental organizations, individual community
members, and representatives from foreign countries. The conference is an opportunity for attendees to
hear about issues related to the safety and security of commercial nuclear facilities and current
regulatory activities. The theme for the 2020 RIC is “The Future is Now.”
The program will open with remarks from NRC Chairman Kristine L. Svinicki and Executive
Director for Operations Margaret M. Doane, who will also take questions. Additional program
highlights will include remarks from NRC Commissioners Jeff Baran, Annie Caputo and David A.
Technical sessions will focus on significant domestic and international issues, such as
innovative research activities, cybersecurity, risk-informed analysis, advanced and small modular
reactors, decommissioning, nuclear fuel cycle storage and transportation, recent reactor material issues
and the reactor oversight process. Early registration is encouraged; however, onsite registration will
also be available during the conference.
The conference will be held at the Bethesda North Marriott, 5701 Marinelli Road. For more
information regarding registration hours, badge protocol, security and parking guidance, visit the NRC
Original source can be found here.