Advise the Steering Committee on technical issues affecting non-operating owners of nuclear power plants. Provide an informal forum for the exchange of ideas and information on technical problems encountered by non-operating owners.
This committee is open to all individuals employed by non-operating owners of nuclear plants, agencies which have long-term financial interests in nuclear plants, and others attending NNOG conferences in conformance with the NNOG Policy Statement on attendance.
This committee focuses on technical and site representative issues of managing or assessing the technical aspects of nuclear power plant construction, operation, maintenance, capital improvement, fuel supply, and decommissioning. However, any NNOG conference attendee is welcome to attend, observe, and/or actively participate in the committee meetings.
Maintain on-going discussions on current nuclear power industry events and their potential effects on the nuclear industry and the non-operating owners of jointly owned plants.
Identify technical or site representative topics of interest for presentation at future NNOG conferences.
Convey to the NNOG Steering Committee any information or material to assist in the overall benefit of the NNOG organization.
Elect Committee Chair and Vice-Chair, prepare meeting minutes, and appoint subcommittees as appropriate.
Lead Oversight Engineer, Long Island Power Authority/National Grid
If you have any questions regarding the Technical Committee, please contact the Committee Leadership.