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Conference brief

The rapid integration of renewables within the energy system in combination with the event of new technologies like small nuclear reactors (SMR) are transforming tomorrow’s energy system. The conference will present new energy technologies and their system aspects at national, regional, and local level with emphasis on the convergence of SMR with renewables, hydrogen production and CO2 storage.

CET2024  |  September 18-20 |  Oskarshamn, Sweden

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Centre for New Energy Technology in Oskarshamn (CNETO), KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Uniper, OKG and the Municipality of Oskarshamn,.


Forum Conference Center in Oskarshamn and a selection of sites for conference visits and excursions.


CET2024 will present new technologies for energy production and the emerging opportunities for system integration of renewables with nuclear, hydrogen production, storage and related topics.


CET2024 is a meeting place for energy providers, regulating bodies and policy makers, utilities, producers and prospective buyers of SMR and related technologies, and the interested public.

CET2024 will address the following topics:

    Global overview of nuclear reactor development, including

    • Small modular reactor (SMR) projects; status and economics
    • Large nuclear new-build projects
    • Lifetime extension of current reactors
    • The nuclear power life cycle, including decommissioning

    Electrification and decarbonization in Europe and energy needs until 2040, policy and regulatory aspects, grid integration

    Integration of SMR and renewables into local and regional energy systems, including energy storage

    Role of nuclear energy for a CO2 neutral Europe

    Role of hydrogen production with nuclear and renewables

    CO2 capture supported by nuclear and renewables