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Key Points

  • This letter is signed by representative organisations based in six nations, representing thousands of members from around the world.
  • The representative body of the global nuclear industry, the World Nuclear Association, was barred by UNEP from sponsoring the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2017. 
  • These events were previously reported in The Australian (national newspaper), UN accused of bias as energy forum excludes nuclear, October 31 2017
  • Forbes, Sustainable Innovation Forum (SIF17) Rejects World Nuclear Association
  • The World Nuclear Association issued a statement to UNEP 3 November 2017 calling for inclusion of nuclear technologies in UNEP discussions.
  • Nuclear technology is the second largest source of non-carbon power in the world, after hydro-electricity.
  • Nuclear technology has underpinned the successful decarbonisation of electricity supply in several nations in partnership with hydro-electricity and small contributions from other renewables.
  • No comparable success in decarbonisation exists, world-wide, that has not deployed nuclear technology or hydro-electricity.

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NGO's united in support for nuclear as part of the solution to climate change.

“What did the Germans do when they shut all their nuclear in one go? They developed a lot of renewables but they also massively reopened thermal and coal. They worsened their CO2 footprint, it wasn’t good for the planet. So I won’t do that. My priority in France, Europe and internationally is CO2 emissions and (global) warming”.

Emmanuel Macron, President of France, December 18 2017

Dear Mr. Solheim,

We, the undersigned, representing a worldwide network of environmentalists, condemn as an act of discrimination the direct intervention by the United Nations Environment Program to block representation of nuclear technology at the 2017 Sustainable Innovation Forum, held from November 13-14 2017 in Bonn, Germany. This decision highlighted a global culture of technological discrimination that raises the likelihood of failure to avoid catastrophic climate change.

For nearly three decades the physical sciences community has used international fora to present evidence of the human influence on our climate. They identified the grave risks we face if these changes are not slowed, halted and then reversed. It represents a victory for evidence and reason, however fragile, that we meet in the annual Conference of Parties to respond to those scientific findings.

The global community has achieved remarkable agreement on the nature of this challenge, embracing it as a shared risk, responsibility, and obligation. Whilst there is broad consensus that urgent action must be taken, there is little unity - in light of competing national responsibilities, resources and opportunities – around how a timely global transition from fossil fuels can be achieved.

We have failed to unite two essential missions: poverty alleviation and economic development, and deep and rapid mitigation of the serious risk of climate change. We have discovered, with certainty, that there will be little trade-off between the consumption of energy today, regardless of the source, and the mitigation of tomorrow’s serious risks from climate change.  

For in the last thirty years, we have witnessed undeniable success in raising the fortune of the average human being, in her longevity, her health and her opportunity. That success is as undeniable as our failure to mitigate the risks of climate change at the same time.

In a report released by Environmental Progress, we have seen evidence that this recent period of intense investment in renewable technology has resulted in virtually no decarbonisation of global energy. In the nearly three decades since the first meeting of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, global energy has changed in only one appreciable way. It has grown.

In another report launched at the 23rd Conference of Parties by Energy for Humanity, we have seen evidence of the discrepancy in results between the major economies of Europe in decarbonisation of their electricity generation. We have seen evidence of the impact of policy settings in relation to energy technologies.

Nations that deployed all clean energy sources, rather than only some, not only performed best but also present the most compelling directions for further success. Both reports revealed that the common denominator for scalable decarbonisation is nuclear technology.

It is not merely valuable, but essential. We have discovered that, once again, global emissions of carbon dioxide are rising. Our record deployment of renewable energy technologies is failing to keep pace even with economic growth and development, let alone effect a decline in greenhouse gas emissions.

For those who regard climate change as a serious threat, the discrimination against nuclear technology must end. While the Conference of Parties already acknowledges the undeniable body of evidence relating to the physical science of climate change, we must now acknowledge the undeniable body of evidence regarding the role of nuclear technology to achieve rapid decarbonisation.

Nuclear technology is the transferable technology that can be deployed globally, to deliver large volumes of reliable power, with a massive clean energy return on investment. The evidence is undeniable, through decades of operational data from France, Sweden, Switzerland, Canada, the United Kingdom, Finland, the United States, Japan, Russia and more.

The evidence for further transferability is undeniable, through the new build programs of China, the United Arab Emirates, India and South Korea. The evidence for its future potential for decarbonisation is compelling, seen in the plans of Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Kenya, Turkey, Poland, South Africa, the United Kingdom and more.

Beyond the power sector, the reliability and scalability of nuclear technology means it can be deployed to reduce emissions in the transportation sector through electrification and synthetic fuel production; and in the industrial sector through the delivery of reliable heat and improved chemical feedstocks.

Nuclear technology is at once mature and established, yet young and dynamic. It is reliable and robust, but also creative and highly innovative. Even after half a century of commercial operations, we have only realized a mere fraction of its extraordinary potential.

On this basis, we declare the discriminatory action of the United Nations Environment Program a travesty. It betrayed the stated mission of UNEP, that of leadership and partnership to resolve environmental challenges. Technological discrimination makes a mockery of the contention that the threat of climate change is both real and serious.

It undermines the tens of thousands of global citizens who work, every day, in support of that contention. Refusing to acknowledge the decarbonising power of nuclear technologies undermines the value of evidence in every setting. That places the work of our colleagues in the physical sciences at a similar risk of arbitrary dismissal.

Here, at the largest side event of the Conference of Parties, adherence to evidence and the scientific process was discarded in favour of ideology. UNEP’s decision to lock the door on nuclear technology is antithetical to the ethos that brings the world together for the Conference of Parties.

Through dialogue, we move to solutions. Actively preventing dialogue reinforces a self-fulfilling cycle in relation to nuclear technology. Ignorance and lack of familiarity breeds fear, mistrust and further technological discrimination, in institution after institution.

The diverse global community represented by our organisations supports the use of nuclear technology in the service of resolving climate change, enhancing our natural world and boosting human prosperity and well-being. We are united by pragmatism.

As pragmatists, we acknowledge challenges for nuclear technology, and that the nuclear industry shoulders a share of the burden for its fortunes. But all paths hold challenges. In our relationship with renewable technologies we treat challenges as something to be overcome. We believe answers are there to be discovered.  We presume the way forward is found in inclusive and investigative dialogue, based on the common values of a prosperous humanity, a stable climate, and an enhanced natural world.

The representative body of the global nuclear industry sought nothing more than inclusion in that process, approaching UNEP with genuine intentions, so as to overcome challenges, find answers and draw on common values. It was met with discrimination and rejection. This is unacceptable.

As representatives of a global community of environmentalists, we call on UNEP to fulfil its stated mission of leadership and partnership, and take a fully inclusive approach in its relationship with nuclear technologies at every possible opportunity.  

Our time to act grows ever shorter. We must unshackle ourselves of the suspicions and hostility of an obsolete era of environmentalism if we are to rise to the challenges this century presents.

Ben Heard

Executive Director

Bright New World

Eric Meyer

Co-Founder and Director

Generation Atomic

Heather Matteson


Mothers for Nuclear

Kirsty Gogan

Co-Founder and Director

Energy for Humanity

Kristin Zaitz


Mothers for Nuclear

Michael Shellenberger


Environmental Progress

Phil Ord


Americans for Nuclear Energy

Phumzile J. Oliphant


Thyspunt Nuclear Development Forum, South Africa

Rauli Partanen

Independent Author and Founder

Finnish Ecomodernist Society

Taylor Stevenson

Co-Founder and Director

Generation Atomic

Aad Bouman

Generation Atomic

Aapo Korolainen

Abdelfattah Soliman


King Abdulaziz University

Abraham Herrick-Rough

Adam Blazowski

Adam Kanne

Adam McClam

Adam Tamplain

Emergency Planner

Waterford 3

Aino Tuominen

Aki Salminen

Alan Fellman

Senior Health Physicist

Dade Moeller NV5

Alan Medsker

Illinois state coordinator

Environmental Progress

Albert Rogers

Albert Rogers

Retired from US FERC

Alberto Casadei


Aleksi Barsk

Alena Yakovleva


Women in Nuclear Russia

Alessandro Togni

Immagine e comunicazione

Studio Punto 3

Alex Eckermann

Alex Walsh

Nuclear Engineer

Alex de Jonge

Alexander Baur

Alexander Hughes

Alfonso Simental

Alyssa Hayes

Nuclear Engineering Student

University of Illinois

Amanda Fogarty

Ambrose Begat

Anders Larsson

Anders Millard

Andrea Saltos

Andrea Winters


Andreas Aste

Dr. phil. habil., Physicist

Andrew English


AE Project Management & Training

Andrew English


AE Project Management & Training

Andrew Jaremko

Andrew Kay

Andrew Mcdonald

Andrew kay

Ane Håkansson


Anna Tainio

Communications Officer


Anouar Ettayk

Anssi Roivainen


Anthony Anton

Anthony DeNardo

Generation Atomic

Anton Steen

Antti Esala

Antti Torvikoski

Anu Törrö

Aristidis Loumis


University of Illinois

Arthur Ruh


Atte Harjanne

Member of City Council, Helsinki

Avrom Litin

Research Scientist

Ben Booth-Carolan

Ben Britton

Deputy Director

Centre for Nuclear Engineering, Imperial College London

Ben Huxham

Ben Stannard

Benoît Beyeler

Bertel Andersen

Professor (retired)


Bill Boddington

Bill Northrop


Billy Gogesch

Alpha Pup

Pupfish Design

Boris Hombourger

PhD Student


Boris Schüler



Brandon Smith

Brett Rampal

Nuclear Innovation Associate

Clean Air Task Force

Brian Campbell

Brian Kanney

Bruce Martin




Calvin Downey


Calvin Parkin

Gradiate Student

University of Wisconsin- Madison

Cameron McNaughton, Phd, P.Eng.

Canon Bryan

Chief Financial Officer

Terrestrial Energy

Carl Rammel

Carl Wurtz

Vice President

Californians for Green Nuclear Power

Carolina Ahnert

Full Professor in Nuclear Engineering

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Catherine Mellor

Chad Hartman

Charles B Small III

Charles Cohen

Nuclear Engineer

Charles Patterson

Charles Sydney


Charlie Hansler

Senior Field Organizer

Generation Atomic

Chris Dunne

Chris Keckler

UC Berkeley

Chris Stone

Christian Neij

Christian Wallander


Christine Brook

Christopher Bergan

Christopher Bergan

Christopher Gerwin

Engineering Student

Queen's University

Christopher McMichael

Sr I&C

Entergy nuclear

Christopher Poresky

Claes Danielsson

Claus Krogsgaard-Mattsson

Clive Elsworth


Citizens Climate Lobby UK

Conrad Knauer

Corey Barcus

Cornelia Hegele-Raih


Craig Hove

Advisory Engineer

Craig Howell


Operations &Mine Safety Consulting

Craig Lucanus


Craig Schumacher

Dale Higgins

Dan Belenky

Dan Pearce

Dan Perez

Daniel Barrios-O'Neill


Queen's University Belfast

Daniel Curtis

Research Assistant


Daniel Morgansson


Daniel Ospina

Nuclear Engineering Graduate student

University of Florida

Daniel See

MS Engineering, Professional Engineer, College Lecturer

Danila Carrijo da Silva Dias

Danny Hill

Darryl Siemer

"Consulting Scientist" ( PhD chemistry)

retired INL

David Andersen

David Cornell

Professor Emeritus of Physics, retired


David Hess

David LeClear

David McCammond-Watts

David Mosey

David Nasseri

David Schick

David Tremain



David Watson

David White

Dawn Hurtado

Dayne Eckermann

Deborah Shaffer

Denis Duff


Better Environment with Nuclear Energy

Dennis Gottuso

Dennis Lundy

Consulting Engineer


Derek Bass

Diarmuid Foley

BENE ( Better Energy via Nuclear Energy ): IRELAND

Dierdre Lanza

American Nuclear Society

Dieter König


König Executive Consulting AG

Dino Rosati

Djef Brak

Energy Consultant

Donald Carlson

PhD Nuclear Engineer

Douglas Price

Dr. Alexander Cannara


Dr. Ed Leaver


Dr. James Conca

Senior Scientist

UFA Ventures, Inc.

Dr. Pat Morrissey

Better Environment with Nuclear Energy , Ireland

Dr. Tom Wigley

Climate Scientist

University of Adelaide and the National Center for Atmospheric Research

Dr. Voigt Gabriele


Women in Nuclear Global

Dragomir Dragojevic



Dylan Baker


Queensland X-ray

Dylan Bryngelson

ED Petkovsek Jr.

Refueling Manager


Eduard Kiener

Dr., dipl. Ing. ETH

Edward Kee


Nuclear Economics Consulting Group

Edward Michael

Edward Pheil

Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder

Elysium Industries USA

Eeva-Kaisa Kohonen

Emily Vu

Emma Redfoot


Students for Nuclear

Eoin OCionna

Eric Karlsson

Eric Leonard

Expediter - Electrical Engineer

Vulcain Ingenierie - EDF

Eric Robinson

Solescence Inc.

Eric Schmitz


Progressives for Nuclear Progress

Eric Uhrhane

Erik Schumann

Erik Sundell

Erik Sundell

Physics teacher

Erika Hedblom


Erkka Korolainen


Ernestine Kuhr

Professional Engineer

Esa Oksman


FennoFactor Interactive

Esko Pettay


Eugene Grecheck

Past President; Board Chair

American Nuclear Society; Generation Atomic

Evan Papp


Empathy Media Lab

Fabio Garzena


Frank Schade


Fredrik Dehlin

MSc Student

KTH Royal Institute of Technology




Gabe Ignetti


Gabriel Ignetti

Gareth Davies

Husband, father

Gary Crowley, P.E.

Gary Kahanak

Geoff Currie


Charles Sturt University

Geoffrey Crouse

George Erickson


Thoriun Energy Alliance

George Erickson


Thorium Energy Alliance

Giancarlo Delfini

Gordon Chiddicks

Grant Hasbrouck

Content Manager

Generation Atomic

Greg Barton

Gregory Lemieux

Gregory Pederson

Gregory Preiss

Göran Hyöky

Hannu Olin

Hans R. Burri


Hans R. Moning ETH


Harri Juntunen

Harry Degenaar

CEO & Founder

Modulite Solutions

Henri Hänninen

Henrik Heino

Henrik Hindborg

MSc in Engineering

Henrik Pallesen

Heta Ruikka

Ian Hore-Lacy

formerly Senior Research Analyst, WNA

Iida Ruishalme

Ms Science in Biology

Ecomodernist Society of Finland

Iiro Parhankangas

Iiro Salminen

M.Sc. (Tech.)

Ileana Zaharia

Department Manager


Ilkka Hemminki

Ilkka Paalanen

Theoretical Physics Student

University of Helsinki

Inka Haltiapuu

Software Developer

Jack Gilbert

Jackie Horvath

Jakke Mäkelä

James Beahon Jr.

James Fahy

Nuclear Engineer and Sponsored Student

EDF Energy & University of Manchester

James Holt

Concerned citizen (UK)

James Hopf

Senior Nuclear Engineer

James Manoni

Truck Driver

James Nicholson

Jamie Cremean

Jan Ebenholtz

Jan Tendys

Jani-Petri Martikainen

Senior lecturer

Janne Hirvonen

Solar energy researcher, D.Sc.

Aalto University

Janne Korhonen


Aalto University

Janne Timmerbacka

Jari Sihvola

Jarno Laitinen

Jarret Adams

Jasmine Berry

Jason Brooke

Jean Babinet

Jean Brian Sua

Jean-Jacques Gubler

Jean-Marc Cavedon


Jean-Philippe Brette

Sauvons Le Climat

Jeff Walther

Aerospace & Electrical Engineer, Attorney

Jeffrey Crater

Jennifer Hulford


Jennifer Hulford

Jens Kunze

Jerome Derozard

Jill Adams

Jim Hoerner

Advisory Engineer


Jim Hollingworth


Member, Council of Canadians

Jim McNey

Jiovanni Nunez

University of Manchester

Joe Heffernan

Joe Schiewe

Johanna Kopra

Johannes Isokivelä


John Bennetts

Power Station Engineer


John Greenwood


John Hanson

Reactor Engineer


John Harries

Australian Nuclear Association

John Howell

Senior Nuclear Equipment Operator


John Karahalios

John Latta

Professional Engineer

John Laurie

Founder and Executive Director

Fission Liquide

John Randall



Jon Landress

State Coordinator

Generation Atomic

Jon Lundgren

Jon Shaw

Engineer, Environmentalist

Jon Wharf

Jona Adams


Jonathan Hewitt

Joost Ruprecht Lindhorst

Jori Lahtinen


Joris van Dorp


Jose Alvarellos

Mission Analyst (orbital dynamics)

Joseph M. Ochsner

Jouni Karhu

Finnish Ecomodernist Society

Joyce Mendes

Juha Riikonen

Juho Jalonen

Jukka Kopra

Jukka Polvinen


orion poy

Jukka Raustia


Julie Gayner

Juliet Fullwood

Justin Bradley

Sr Engineer

Lockheed Martin

Justin Malczewski

Kai von Frese

Kaisa Manninen

Kaj Luukko

Kalle Mikkola

Dr., adjunct professor


Karel Beelaerts van Blokland


Dutchmen Capital

Karri-Pekka Korolainen

Kate Heaton

Kathryn Deegan

Kathryn Huff

Assistant Professor

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Kathy Kenyon

Keith Bullen PE

Senior Nuclear Engineer

ANS/75 ;U of Wisc. 77 BSNE

Keith Maupin

Kelley Elmore


Kelly McJilton

Ken Newcomb

Supervisor Nuclear Maimtenance

Dominion Nuclear

Kenneth Johansson

Kieran Williames

Kris Bailie

Kris Hubby

Kris Millner

Krister Suominen

Crown Prime Chancellor

African Royal Kingdoms Federation

Krzysztof Andrzejewski


Reactor Physycist

Krzysztof Kosinski

Kurt Celie

Reactor operator


L Smith

Lars Vagnes

Laura Skelly

Laurel LaFramboise

Not a company

Lauri Laakso

PhD, Extra-ordinary professor

Layla Perry

Lee DuBois


Edgewater Power Services

Lee Gruber

QEP (Qualified Environmental Professional)

Leo Lindroos

Leo Raitanen

Leopaul Ogereau

Nuclear Engineering student

École Centrale Paris

Levi Gardner

Lijntje van Wijk


Louis van Wijk

Lyuben Marinov


Mads Jørgensen

Magnus Mansson

Magnus Redin

Maik Groeneveld

Marco Rosaire Rossi

Margi Kindig

Mario Ponce Tovar

Marion Brook

Mark Bare

Professional Geologist

Mark Cojuangco

Former Legislator

Mark Duffett

Mark Lynas

Environmental Campaigner and Author

Mark Miller


Pepperdine MSTM

Mark Milller


Sandia Labs (retired)

Mark Norris

Mark Osborne


Osborne Business Development

Mark Pawelek

Mark Ruff

Mark Strasser

Mark Whitwill

Energy specialist

Markus Landgraf



Markus Ojala

Martin Boissavit



Martin Jane

Martin Jermann

Martin Kral



Martin Maletinsky

dipl. math. ETHZ

Martin maat

Mary Holzer

Mathijs Beckers


The Nuclear Humanist

Matt Dusenbury

Matthew Bargerstock

Reactor Services Technician

GE Hitachi/Fieldcore

Matthew Cook

Matthew Johnson

Matthew MacCaughey

Matthew Mallard

Matthew Rix

Matthew Robinson

Matthew Scott

Matthew Wilkinson


Matti Koivisto

Mattias Lantz


Uppsala university

Mauricio Gomez

Melanie Carter

Nuclear medicine technologist

Health care imaging services

Melissa Denecke


The University of Manchester, Dalton Nuclear Institute

Meredith Angwin


Meri Lauranto

Michael Angwin

Michael Archer

Senior Engineer


Michael Boccia

Michael Brown

Retired Nuclear Engineer

Michael Carey

Michael Hanson

Chemistry Manager

Elysium Industries

Michael Jr Deitrick

Michael Mann

I&C Technician

Michael Pelizzari

Thorium Energy Silicon Valley

Michael S. Clark M.D., Ph.D.


Michele Monaco

Mickey Davis

Mika Välitalo

Mikael Tapani Petersen

Mike Conley

Co-author of "Roadmap to Nowhere"

Mike Ford



Mike Little

Principal Officer

Dominion Engineering, Inc.

Mike Newbern


Ohio State

Mikko Hänninen

Mikko Muukki

M. Sc.

Mikko Yrttiaho

Milla Hyvärinen

Milos Atz

Ph.D Student

UC Berkeley

Mitch MacKay

Mitchell Lemieux

McMaster University

Monika Ruh


Morgan Brown

Research Engineer

Morgan Ferm


Morten Strårup

Nancy Kahanak

Nathan Grove

Nathan Kern-Ruesink

Nathan Macher

Neil Hodgins

Nick Negoescu


N-Squared, Inc.

Niclas Ohlsson

Nicolai Dahl

Electrical Engineer

Nikolas Dingus

Omar Sai

Oscar Archer

Senior Advisor

Bright New World

Ozzie Fallick

P Purcell

Paolo Errani

Professional Physicist

Comitato Nucleare e Ragione


R&D Project Manager

SFEN-WiN France

Patrick Burr


The University of New South Wales, Syndey

Paula King


Seattle Friends of Fission

Pavel Velkovsky


UC Berkeley

Pertti Suomela

Pete Hammill

Peter Bergs

Peter Friedrich BUCHER

Ph. D.

ComDes SA (Paris), Swiss Office

Peter Lothes

Peter Mumford

Peter Simons

Peter and Bev Morgan

Petteri Karvinen


Phil John



Philip Carlson

Rethinking Nuclear

Philip Ryan

Phillip Mills


Päivi Mäkiranta


Quentin Potts



Rachel Love

Rachel Slaybaugh


Rae Watson

Manager - Technical Sales

Mirion-IST Canada Inc.

Raul Brenner

Raul Brenner


Raul Brenner

Electronics engineer

Retired from Argonne National Laboratory

Remy DeVoe

Rezwan Razani

Executive Director

Footprint to Wings

Richard Bono


Richard Janes

Reactor Operator (retired), DCPP

Richard Maltese


Energy Reality Project

Richard Renaud

Chemical Engineer

Richard Sancton

Senior Nuclear Consultant

Richard Stannard


Bsc MIET Chartered Eng

Richard Tizard

Risto Savolainen

Rita Baranwal

River Bennett

Robert Abrams

Senior Physicist

Muons, Inc.

Robert Budd

Robert Hargraves


Robert Kile

Research Fellow

Generation Atomic

Robert Kopp

Robert Mossop

University of Manchester

Robert Parker

Past President

Australian Nuclear Association

Robert Pearson

Rod Adams


Atomic Insights

Rodney Coenen

retired from American Institute of Architects

Rodrigo de Oliveira

Roger Strandahl

SvP Communication&Politics

Uniper Sweden

Rolf Hyöky

M.Sc. (Chem)

Rolf Isaksson

Rudy Stefenel

Home Owner who cares

USA Citizen

Russell Duncanson

Ryan Latta

Salla Kahlos

Sam Brewer

Technology Manager

Generation Atomic

Samuel Brinton

Founder and Executive Director

Core Solutions Consulting

Samuli Pöllänen


Sanna Aitto-oja

Sanni Törmänen

Satu Koskinen

Saundra Doyle


Nuclear Advocate Australia

Scott Bean

Steenkampskraal Thorium Limited

Scott Hart

Seppo Alaruikka

Seppo Sivula

Shane Cram

Data Manager

Generation Atomic

Sheila Moore

IS Professional


Simon Dalley



Simon Friederich

Assistant Professor

University of Groningen

Simon Jackson

Simon Jackson

Simon Van Groningen

Simon Wakter

Simona Zaharov

WIN Romania

Sir Krister Suominen

Crown Prime Chancellor

African Royal Kingdoms Federation

Sofia Nilsson

Soile Lehtinen

Sophie Raous

Spencer Nelson

Sree Harsha Bandaru

Imperial College London

Stanislav Jakuba

Stanley Wetch

Orange County Rep

Califronians for Green Nuclear Energy

Stefan Johansson


Stefan Westman

Stephen Beahon

Stephen Williams

Software Engineer

Steve Wakelin


Steven Kirian

Steven Stringer


Stewart Farber

MS Public Health-Air Polution Control

Farber Medical Solutions, LLC

Stuart Tozer

Susan Dodd

PM Coordinator

Southern Nuclear Company

Susan Jamison


Sutton Brendan

Svante von Erichsen


Sven Albinsson

Electrical Engineer

Sven-Olof Palm

Søren Andersen

Tapani Porola

Environmentalist and Conservation Farmer

Tea Törmänen

PhD Student

University of Helsinki

Teemu Kontoniemi

Assistant Principal

Virrat City

Terence Waites

Tero Hokkanen

Terrance Kloeckl


Theo Pistorius


Thomas Jönsson

Thomas Lebourgeois

Thomas Rabil

Thomas Wood



Tim Rickman

Timo Itävuo

Master of science (Energy technology

Todd Allen


University of Wisconsin

Todd De Ryck

Tom Bond

Engineering Technologist


Tom Denton

Tom Denton


Automotive and Electric Vehicle Technology

Tom Kenyon

Tom Shephard

Tony Chen

Tony Hooker

Assoc. Professor

Torben Bellstroem



Torbjörn Eriksson

Tracy Miller

Human Resources Manager

Generation Atomic

Travis Helm

Trevor Rix


Troels Halken

Tuomas Karjalainen

Tuomo Kalliokoski

PhD student, astroparticle physics

Tuomo Koivisto


Tuukka Ahtola

Tuukka Löytynoja

Aalto university

Tyler Niesen

Urs Bolt

Energy for Humanity

Ursula Stannard


Ville Tulkki

Dr Sc

Ville Väänänen

Master of Science

Vincent Maldia

Vincent Middleton

Väinö Korolainen

Wade Allison


SONE supporters of nuclear energy

Walter Heenan

Founding Member

You Times Two

Wesley Johnson

Wilco Belgraver Thissen


Wilhelm Guggisberg

William Jensen

William Johnson


William McCullough

William Monroe

Zachary Hardy

Senior Undergraduate Nuclear Engineer

Texas A&M University

Zachary Olson


Texas A&M Health Physics Society

Zdenek Ptacek


Øystein Heggdal

RSVP for the Millennial Nuclear Caucus in Columbus, OH