Financial Analyst Briefings
Every year, NEI briefs the financial community on the status and outlook of the U.S. nuclear industry.
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NEI's 2014 Wall Street Briefing
Thursday, February 13, 2014
The Pierre Hotel
2 East 61st Street
New York, NY
For more information: Richard Myers, email@example.com, 202.739.8021
Below are the presentations from previous years, including slides and notes.
The Nuclear Energy Institute held its Annual Briefing for the Financial Community on February 14, 2013, in New York. NEI's president and chief executive officer, Marvin Fertel, provided financial analysts with an overview of the nuclear energy sector's policy priorities, its 2012 safety and operating performance, the status of new nuclear energy facility construction, and opportunities and challenges in the global nuclear energy market.
The Nuclear Energy Institute's annual briefing for the financial community was held February 9, 2012, in New York. Marvin Fertel, NEI's president and chief executive officer, spoke on 2011 nuclear industry performance and trends; an overview of global new plant construction; and industry priorities for 2012.
Marvin Fertel, NEI's president and chief executive officer, briefed financial analysts on July 26, 2011, on the industry's response to the Fukushima Daiichi accident and the steps being taken to make U.S. nuclear energy facilities even safer. He also provided attendees with the industry's perspective on recommendations made mid-July by the independent Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Fukushima Daiichi task force in its 90-day report.
The Nuclear Energy Institute's annual briefing for the financial community was held Feb. 10, 2011, in New York. NEI President and CEO Marvin Fertel's presentation, "Discipline Pays Dividends," described 2010 nuclear industry performance and trends; an assessment of progress toward new nuclear plant construction; and the changes in the politics of nuclear energy in Washington over the last year. Stephen Byrne, South Carolina Electric & Gas Co.'s executive vice president for generation and transmission and chief operating officer, and James H. Miller III, Southern Nuclear Operating Co.'s president and chief executive officer, also gave presentations on the status and progress of their nuclear construction projects.