Conferences for which audience?

The conferences of the EFN Communication Group (GR COM) are aimed at the following audiences:

– School and university,

– Health professions

– Socio-professional organizations,

– Town halls, cultural centers,

– Clubs and Associations

– And to all types of public …

The speakers of course adapt their speech according to their audience.

At the end of the presentation, the audience will be able to ask the speaker any questions that are of concern to them, on the subjects presented or related subjects.

All questions are admitted, without exception and without taboos!

Content of conferences

Presentation of the activities of the EFN

Presentation of the EFN
– Patronage of James Lovelock
– Website
– Membership
– Newsletter
– Mailing list
– Documents on nuclear
– Exhibitions on nuclear, health and the environment
– Petition in favor of nuclear friendly environment
– Conferences of the EFN communication group
– Mail action
– TV, press, media and press articles – Participation in debates and public inquiries
– Legal actions
– Action with elected officials
– Demonstrations in support of nuclear power
– The book
– Research program on radioactivity in Guarapari
– How to help the EFN.

Energy in the world

The various sources of energy

– Their characteristics, advantages and disadvantages

– The place of nuclear power

– Fossil fuel reserves

– Renewable energies

– The yield of wind turbines

– Energy efficiency

– Energy savings.

Energy issues in the world

Natural resources

– Energy dependence

– Energy choices and their reasons

– Energy issues in the world

– China’s development

Public information

Information policy

– Means

– Evolution of opinion

– Psychological perception of the various risks

– Media impact of the various risks

Economic aspects

Comparison of the cost of the kilowatt-hour according to the sources

– The “external” cost of nuclear power and other energies

– Structure of the cost of the kWh according to the different energies: initial investment, operation, fuel, dismantling, indirect costs

Organization of nuclear and nuclear control

Who does what ?

Dangers, Safety

Hazards and accidents for each type of energy

– Safety organization

– Safety principles

– Incident / accident severity scale

– Chernobyl accident

– Three Misle Island accident

– Bhopal chemical accident


Waste production in France

– Low radioactivity waste

– Long-lived nuclear waste

– Waste legislation

– Fossil fuel waste


Impacts of waste and discharges linked to energy consumption

– Sources of radioactivity

– Impact of radioactivity

– Effects of high doses of radioactivity

– Effects of low doses of radioactivity

– International standards

– Hormesis


“External” costs linked to the production of electricity

– The greenhouse effect

Examples of different energy policies and their results

Canada and Norway (hydropower + supplement)

– Finland (cogeneration) – Denmark and the Netherlands (wind turbines + fossils)

– France (hydropower + nuclear + fossils for peaks)

– USA (predominantly oil and coal, without energy savings) with cost per kWh, park installed according to the different energies, and CO2 emissions in each country

Depending on the audience’s demand, the speaker may focus his lecture on some of these modules