10.00–10.15 Opening speeches – Stefan Kaineder, Upper Austrian Government; Karel Polanecký, Hnutí DUHA Energy Campaigner; Dalibor Stráský, Upper Austria nuclear power attorney
10.15–11.00 Possible role of nuclear power in the battle with climate crisis – Georg Günsberg, freelance energy consultant, Wien
Section I. Nuclear power and climate change
11.30–12.00 Critically examining the carbon, cost, and safety potentials of nuclear power – Benjamin K. Sovacool, Sussex University
12.00–12.30 Can we ignore risks of nuclear power under the threat of climate crisis? – David Reinberger, Vienna Ombuds-Office for Environmental Protection - City of Vienna
12.30–12.50 Climate change effects and their impact on operation and safety of nuclear power plants – Oda Becker, nuclear safety expert
12.50–13.15 Discussion with spakers
13.15–14.00 Lunch break
Section II. Can energy supply work without both coal and nuclear power?
14.00–14.30 Is it economically meaningful to limit emissions by investing in nuclear power? – Ben Wealer, TU Berlin & DIW – German Institute for Economic Research
14.30–14.50 Perspective of renewable supply in Czech Republic – Martin Sedlák, program director of Modern Energy Union
14.50–15.20 100% Renewable Electricity as official Government Target in Austria for 2030 – Pathways and Possibilities – Reinhard Uhrig, Head of Campaigns of Global 2000
15.20–16.00 Discussion with speakers
The conference will be hosted by Dan Moravec.
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