Fusion is for the future and it is happening now

It’s a great feeling to wake up every morning and go into work, knowing that you’re “working on something that can completely and literally change the world,” says Jay Brister. A 40-year veteran of the nuclear industry, Jay has first-hand experience of the highs and lows of the nuclear fission power business and market around…

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John Gorman: Going nuclear

Canadian Nuclear Association President John Gorman is the former solar industry executive who moved to nuclear on a mission to build bridges so the technologies can create a clean energy system together. He started working in clean energy “about 20 years ago,” John explains, “when I began to get increasingly concerned about climate change.” Having…

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John Gorman : sa reconversion dans le nucléaire 

Le président de l’Association nucléaire canadienne, John Gorman, a travaillé auparavant en tant que cadre dans le secteur de l’énergie solaire. Reconverti dans le nucléaire, il s’est donné pour mission de créer des passerelles entre ces deux technologies pour mettre en place un système énergétique propre. John nous explique qu’il a débuté dans l’énergie propre…

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John Gorman: Going nuclear

Canadian Nuclear Association President John Gorman is the former solar industry executive who moved to nuclear on a mission to build bridges so the technologies can create a clean energy system together. He started working in clean energy “about 20 years ago,” John explains, “when I began to get increasingly concerned about climate change.” Having…

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Greg Alexander’s view on working in Canada: come and live it!

I am Canadian and have spent all my working years so far in the nuclear & defence industries between three countries : Canada, US and Europe, mostly UK. I know these three countries share the same language, and many people assume as a consequence that they also have the same working culture and social interactions. In my opinion, nothing…

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