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NEA 2013 CEO Panel Video is Must See TV for Nuclear Energy Industry Watchers

Over the past few weeks, we've gotten multiple requests from our member companies to distribute video of the most popular panel discussion at the 2013 Nuclear Energy Assembly. The clip embedded below is from a panel discussion between four industry CEOs: Tom Farrell of Dominion Resources; Chris Crane of Exelon; Tom Fanning of Southern Company; and Tony Alexander of FirstEnergy Corp. The topic: "Navigating Uncharted Seas: CEO Perspectives on the Electricity Business."

The discussion, moderated by Dominion's Farrell, was both frank and free-wheeling. If you really want to get some insight into the issues nuclear operators are facing these days in both regulated and merchant markets, this 31-minute video is a great place to start.


Now, we understand that not everyone is going to have 30 minutes to devote to watching the entire discussion. That's why we're hard at work back at the office editing this same video into smaller bites that can be digested more easily in a single sitting. Look for those sound bites sometime in the next week or so.

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Anonymous said…
Am I correct in guessing that this is a different meeting from the same conference as Rod Adams's Atomic Show Podcast #204 which I enjoyed listening to a few days ago?

http://atomicinsights.com/atomic-show-204-nuclear-vendor-ceos-discuss-global-market-outlook/

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