29 April 2021
Elly Glithero, an employee at our UK site, won last week’s regional (North West) speaking competition.
Hosted by the Nuclear Institute’s Young Generation Network (YGN), the competition invited nuclear professionals in the UK to explain the vital role that nuclear energy plays in achieving net-zero carbon emissions.
Utilising her expertise in decommissioning and waste management, Elly decided to focus on the responsible and sustainable management of nuclear materials. The judges applauded Elly for her original topic and advocacy for nuclear energy.
As the winner, Elly has been invited to take part in YGN’s national speaking competition later this year.
Elly comments: “With the theme being net-zero, I wanted to highlight the importance of end-of-lifecycle management solutions. I found the competition very rewarding and gained a lot of knowledge listening to the other speakers. I’m very proud to have achieved first place and look forward to representing the North West in the national competition.”
Find out more about Urenco’s commitment to net-zero carbon emissions here.
Urenco is an international supplier of enrichment services and fuel cycle products with sustainability at the core of its business. Operating in a pivotal area of the nuclear fuel supply chain for 50 years, Urenco facilitates zero carbon electricity generation for consumers around the world.
With its head office near London, UK, Urenco’s global presence ensures diversity and security of supply for customers through enrichment facilities in Germany, the Netherlands, the UK and the USA. Using centrifuge technology designed and developed by Urenco, and through the expertise of our people, the Urenco Group provides safe, cost effective and reliable services; operating within a framework of high environmental, social and governance standards, complementing international safeguards.
Urenco is committed to continued investment in the responsible management of nuclear materials; innovation activities with clear sustainability benefits, such as nuclear medicine, industrial efficiency and research; and nurturing the next generation of scientists and engineers.