SAVANNAH—The Honorable Sam Nunn, retired U.S. senator from Georgia, will address the significance of nuclear energy in the United States—and the importance of U.S. nuclear leadership abroad—Monday, March 30, in Savannah.
Senator Nunn's 12:30 p.m. luncheon address is part of the Nuclear Energy Institute's Fuel Cycle '98 meeting, the industry's annual conference on nuclear fuel and waste management issues.
Fuel Cycle '98 begins March 30 and continues through April 1. Sessions are open to the media and will be held at:
The Hyatt Regency Savannah
Two West Bay Street
912.238.1234 (Ask for NEI Registration Desk)
Media Contact: Steve Unglesbee (1.888.352.5022)
Senator Nunn's address follows presentations by key policymakers and nuclear industry leaders on:
Nuclear Energy in a Competitive Environment
Nuclear Energy's Role in Reducing Atmospheric Emissions
Other Fuel Cycle '98 sessions will focus on
Transporting and Disposing of Used Nuclear Fuel
Making Excess Weapons Plutonium Unsuitable for Warhead
The Nuclear Energy Institute is the nuclear energy industry’s policy organization. This news release and additional information about nuclear energy are available on NEI’s Internet site at http://www.nei.org.