May 24, 2024
NANO Nuclear Energy Inc. to Present and Sponsors the Upcoming Inaugural ClimaTech 2024 in Boston, Massachusetts on June 3-5th, 2024

NANO Nuclear’s Executives to speak on the Global Energy Transition and the Role of Nuclear

NANO Nuclear Energy Inc. (NASDAQ: NNE) (“NANO Nuclear”), an emerging vertically integrated microreactor and advanced nuclear technology company led by a world-class nuclear engineering team developing proprietary, portable, and clean energy solutions, is pleased to announce that it is one of the sponsor of the upcoming ClimaTech conference, to be held in several iconic venues in Boston Fenway Park on June 3-5, 2024.

James Walker, Chief Executive Officer and Head of Nuclear Reactor Development will participate in a series of discussions on Tuesday, June 4th. Mr. Walker will begin by examining “The Global Nuclear Renaissance” at the Challenge Stage alongside Jay Yu, President and Executive Chairman and Prof. Ian Farnan, Lead of Nuclear Fuel Cycle, Radiation and Materials of NANO Nuclear. Following this, Mr. Walker will participate in “Fueling a Global Energy Transition,” an insightful forum on energy transition which will explore the diverse renewable energy sources driving the shift towards a sustainable future.

“I’m really looking forward to ClimaTech,” said James Walker, Chief Executive Officer and Head of Reactor Development of NANO Nuclear Energy. “The city of Boston offers a vibrant setting for this unique conference format. Being close to some of the world’s leading universities, attendees will have the opportunity to engage with students, faculty, and business leaders from across the United States. I am confident that ClimaTech 2024 will be a memorable event for all participants.”

Figure 1 – NANO Nuclear Energy CEO and Head of Nuclear Reactor Development, James Walker, Executive Chairman and President, Jay Yu, and Prof. Ian Farnan, Lead of Nuclear Fuel Cycle, Radiation and Materials, Will Participate in Speaking Engagements on June 4th at the ClimaTech 2024 Conference.

The ClimaTech conference gathers global experts, leaders, and innovators at the forefront of the climate revolution in the heart of Boston. In collaboration with Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, and the City of Boston, the program explores the emerging frontier where climate action meets economic opportunity. Key areas of focus include Artificial Intelligence, next-generation power grids, and the future of urban mobility. 

Figure 2- NANO Nuclear Energy to Present and Sponsors ClimaTech 2024 in Boston on June 3-5, 2024

“There has been a lot of excitement around the industry lately and I expect to find a very engaged audience in Boston,” said Ian Farnan Ph.D., Lead of Nuclear Fuel Cycle, Radiation and Materials of NANO Nuclear Energy. “There have been initiatives to commercialize microreactors and other advanced nuclear technology for many years, but I feel that we have turned a corner as a society and the momentum that has gathered behind not just NANO Nuclear but the entire industry, will help usher in a new age for nuclear energy.”

ClimaTech 2024 will feature multiple stages with action-oriented sessions led by prominent voices from the climate, sustainability, technology, and innovation sectors. Attendees will engage with representatives from esteemed institutions like MIT, Harvard, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, and IBM. Key executives and leaders from major energy services, investment firms, and academic institutions will share their expertise in climate innovation, sustainable investment strategies, advanced fusion systems, and environmental research.

“The NANO Nuclear team is truly excited to participate in the ClimaTech conference,” said Jay Yu, Executive Chairman and President of NANO Nuclear Energy. “The diverse lineup of speakers, including Governor Healey and Mayor Wu, plans to deliver valuable insights into the intersection of climate technology, sustainability, and economic growth. These engaging discussions and forums offer a special opportunity for attendees to gain valuable knowledge and practical strategies to combat climate change.”

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