GIF-IAEA-NEA合同ウェビナー


脱炭素社会における原子力エネルギーの役割
- Role of Nuclear Energy in Reducing CO2 Emissions -


2022年4月19日 21:30(日本時間)


 原子力エネルギーは、二酸化炭素を排出しない数少ない出力制御可能なエネルギー源です。 これまで、原子力エネルギーが、いかに脱炭素社会に貢献しうるかは、各種特徴の観点から議論に上ってきました。 GIFにおいても、炉システムのもつ柔軟性(運転柔軟性、展開柔軟性、生産柔軟性等※)やESG投資資格の観点から、 レポートを発行するとともに、その柔軟性を発揮するための方法を探るべく原子力エネルギーの 非電力利用に関するタスクフォース(GIF NEaNH-TF)を立ち上げ、活動をしております。 このネットゼロ社会への貢献は、COP26など多くの機会で議論され、多くの原子力関係組織が、その可能性を追求しています。  そこで、今回のGIFウェビナーは、GIF、IAEA、NEAという3国際機関から、この分野の中心人物をご招待し、 パネルディスカッションを行うこととしました。各20分の講演ののち、モデレータの司会のもと30分のパネルディスカッションを行う予定です。 まだ答えの決まっていない課題に対する考え方やアプローチを、複数の立場のリーダーから聞くことのできる貴重な機会です。 ぜひご参加ください。

GIF ウェビナーの様子は、こちら

※:運転柔軟性:操作性、非電力利用としての運転適合性、エネルギー供給源としての独立性等のこと
  展開柔軟性:展開規模、立地、建設のしやすさ等のこと
  生産柔軟性:供給制御性、非電力利用としての多様性等のこと
  市場やオーナー、規制が要求するニーズや必要性に合わせ、システムの仕様は決まる(ニーズに合わせられる柔軟さを持つ)。

原子力エネルギーの柔軟性:
https://gif.jaea.go.jp/event/2020_NICE_Future_Flexibility_Report/index.html
https://gif.jaea.go.jp/event/2021_Flexibility/index.html

ESG投資資格:
https://gif.jaea.go.jp/methodology/emwg/outcome.html

Tentative program (2.5hours)


Guest Speakers

Dr. Shannon Bragg-Sitton is the Director for the Integrated Energy & Storage Systems Division in the Energy & Environment Science & Technology Directorate at Idaho National Laboratory, which includes Power and Energy Systems, Energy Storage and Electric Transportation, and Hydrogen and Electrochemistry departments. She also serves as the National Technical Director for the DOE Office of Nuclear Energy Integrated Energy Systems program. Dr. Bragg-Sitton is currently serving as the Chair of the Gen-IV International Forum interim Task Force (iTF) on Non-electric Applications of Nuclear Heat(NEaNH).

Presentation: “Accelerating Economy-Wide Decarbonization via Nuclear Energy"



Mr. Wei Huang is the Director of Division of Planning, Information, and Knowledge Management in the Department of Nuclear Energy (NEPIK), IAEA. Since joining the IAEA in March 2016, Mr. Huang has led the Agency’s activities in the capacity building in Member States in energy planning and information and knowledge management. In addition to coordinating joint energy planning initiatives with UNDESA, IRENA, and UN Regional Commissions, he has also served as the organizational focal point to the IPCC and UNFCCC and directly contributed to many key international events on SDGs and climate change, such as UN High Level Political Forum (HLPF), UN High Level Dialogue on Energy (HLDE), UN Global Conference on Strengthening Synergies between SDGs and Paris Agreement and a number of COPs including COP 26. He was the lead Scientific Secretary of the first IAEA International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power convened in October 2019.

Presentation: “Nuclear Energy, An Important Part of Solution to Net Zero World"



Ms. Diane Cameron is the Head of the Nuclear Technology Development and Economics Division in the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA). She has a distinguished career in the Canadian government and served as Director of the Nuclear Energy Division at Natural Resources Canada (2014 to 2021). As Director, she headed up the division responsible for leading and coordinating Canadian public policy on nuclear energy. She was one of Canada’s Generation IV International Forum Policy Group members.

Presentation: “Meeting Climate Change Targets: The Role of Nuclear Energy"




Moderators

Dr. Patricia Paviet is the Group Leader of the Radiological Materials Group, at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and National Technical Director of the Molten Salt Reactor Program on behalf of the US Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy. She is currently Chair of the Generation IV International Forum, Education and Training Working Group.







Dr. Tatjana Jevremovic is Team Leader and Project Manager for Water Cooled Reactor Technology Development at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and Technical Selection Committee Chair for the IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme. Highlights of her eminent career: project director and chief engineer in Europe and Japanese nuclear industry, university professor in Japan and USA, director of the university research reactor in USA, over 300 scientific papers and technical reports.