ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading management consulting firms specializing in energy, recently joined industry leaders as a golf sponsor and attendee at the American Nuclear Society (ANS) Utility Working Conference and Vendor Technology Expo. This annual meeting analyzed cost drivers common to all nuclear power plants, recommended programs, and processes to improve their efficiency and effectiveness, and provided innovative solutions that enable a significant reduction in operating expenses.
Ed Baker and Sean Lawrie, partners at ScottMadden, and Ryan Smith and Frank Nelms, managers at ScottMadden, attended the event and came away with noteworthy insights. “The nuclear industry continues to be collaborative at sharing best operating practices to ensure safe, reliable, and emission-free generation will be a part of the generation mix for the future,” Mr. Baker explains. “We are proud to be a valued member of the nuclear industry and contribute leading practice solutions that help the industry face these uncertain times,” adds Mr. Lawrie.
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