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Idaho National Laboratory invites community to learn more about the future of nuclear energy 

October 25, 2022

By INL Media Relations

Idaho National Laboratory invites community to learn more about the future of nuclear energy 

Building on an effort launched in 2019, Idaho National Laboratory is holding a series of community discussions to answer the public’s questions. The topic of the next series is the future of nuclear energy. 

Carbon-free nuclear power is an important part of the world’s clean energy future, and INL is at the center of advanced nuclear research. Come learn about the projects we’re working on, how we collaborate with industry and communities, and what nuclear can do besides make electricity. 

Participants are encouraged to bring a smartphone to participate in interactive polling about topics of interest. Attendees can also submit questions beforehand to [email protected].   

Virtual discussion: 

Thursday, Oct. 27, 6:30 p.m.  

Visit inl.gov/nuclearfuture for instructions on how to join the Teams Live event. 

In-person panel discussion: 

Wednesday, Nov. 2, 6:30 p.m.  

INL Meeting Center at the Energy Innovation Laboratory  

775 MK Simpson Blvd., Idaho Falls  

Visit inl.gov/nuclearfuture for directions to the INL Meeting Center and other information. 

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INL News Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Oct. 25, 2022

NEWS MEDIA CONTACTS:
Sarah Neumann, 208-520-1651, [email protected]
Lori McNamara, 208-520-6066, [email protected] 

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Posted October 25, 2022

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