Because the UWC is a truly unique experience. Attended by utility leaders, regulators, industry support organizations like INPO, EPRI, and NEI, vendors, service organizations & other professionals, the Conference leverages a broad array of perspectives and insights to develop sound solutions for the most pressing needs of the nuclear industry.
Be a part of the conversation. Help develop the solutions.
What is this conference about?
The Conference Defined
The Utility Working Conference and Technology Expo (UWC) is an annual meeting of the minds that consistently generates strong, practical recommendations designed to address the industry’s most pressing needs. The focus of UWC is to analyze cost drivers common to all nuclear power plants and recommend programs and processes to improve their efficiency and effectiveness and to provide innovative solutions that enable a significant reduction in operating expenses.
Why it Works
The UWC is truly a unique experience. Presented by the American Nuclear Society and attended by utility leaders, regulators, industry support organizations such as INPO, EPRI, and NEI, vendors, service organizations and other professionals, the Conference leverages a broad array of perspectives and insights to develop sound solutions for the nuclear industry.
How it Works
The UWC employs a 5-Step Model to attain its end product: valuable industry recommendations.
Step 1: Raw data is gathered from plants
Step 2: Facts surrounding the challenge in question are extracted
Step 3: Information is compiled
Step 4: Information is analyzed and discussed and best practices evaluated
Step 5: Usable recommendations are generated
In addition to developing solutions for the topic at hand, the sharing of knowledge and best-practices takes place in break-out sessions and at the Best Practices Poster Exhibit. Valuable conversations and collaborative opportunities emerge at the Vendor Expo, over meals, and during breaks.
During 3 days of thought-provoking tracks offering the latest information, organizers will facilitate break-out sessions to tackle the challenges of sustainability. Be a part of the conversation.
What are the registration dates?
Registration is now open!
What does my registration fee include?
Full meeting registration includes the Sunday Opening Reception, Breakfast (Mon-Wed), Luncheon (Mon-Tue), Tuesday Vendor Raffle Reception, Tuesday Evening Special Event, all breaks, and access to the meeting publication through the Online Knowledge Center.
Additional tickets for guests for the reception, golf or special events can be purchased in advance or on-site at the registration desk.
I am not an ANS Member, how do I become one?
Can I register on-site?
Will I receive a confirmation of my registration?
What is your cancellation policy?
What if I can’t make it, but I can find a substitute?
I am bringing my family with me, are there activities for them to do?
What is the dress code?
Are there any sponsorship opportunities?
Is ANS involved in social media?
Who can attend the Opening Reception?
Where is the meeting taking place?
39 Beach Lagoon Road
Amelia Island, Florida 32034
Does ANS have a room block for UWC attendees?
I’m a Speaker, do I need to register?
On-site at the conference: All speakers and session chairs must check in at the ANS Registration Desk.