CNL collaboration to focus on clean energy

Posted on 28 Dec 2018 and read 615 times
CNL collaboration  to focus on clean energy Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) ( has signed a new agreement with the Nuclear AMRC to collaborate on the development of clean energy and next-generation nuclear technologies.

CNL CEO Mark Lesinski and Andrew Storer, chief executive of the Nuclear AMRC, signed the memorandum of understanding (MOU) at the Canada-UK Energy Summit in London last month, which aims to expand the ties between the two countries’ energy sectors.

Under the agreement, CNL will join Rotherham-based Nuclear AMRC as a Tier One member, alongside leading nuclear organisations around the world.

Mr Lesinski said: “Both CNL and the Nuclear AMRC are committed to fighting climate change through the advancement of clean-energy technologies, and this MOU allows us to work in partnership towards that end.

For CNL, membership offers tremendous benefits, including access to unique capabilities and training programmes, participation in cutting-edge manufacturing innovation projects, and networking opportunities with some of the world’s leading nuclear organisations.

"In turn, CNL can offer the Nuclear AMRC access to our expertise and facilities from a wide range of nuclear science and technology disciplines.

“CNL is currently undergoing a major transformation to revitalise our Chalk River campus and renew our science and technology programmes.

"As part of this transformation, we are working to develop new products and services that include the deployment of SMRs, the use of hydrogen to decarbonise Canada’s transportation sector, the development of new methods to fabricate next-generation nuclear fuels, and many others.”

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