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June 2 - 4, 2024

The WNFM 50th Annual Meeting and International Conference on Nuclear Fuel will be held at the InterContinental in Atlanta, Georgia. 


Note: Specific session times are provisional and subject to change ahead of the June 2024 conference.

Hotel Accommodations & Reservations


InterContinental BuckHead Atlanta

3315 Peachtree Rd, NE
Atlanta, GA 30326
+1 404 946 9000
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The WNFM room block will close on Monday, May 13, 2024 at 11:59 p.m. 
Check in 4:00pm - Check out 11:00am

Hotel Parking: Car parking is available at a secure underground parking deck on site at the hotel. Self-Parking Fee is $45 USD per day or Valet Parking is $55 USD per day.

Transportation from Airport: Conference attendees will fly into Hartsfield Jackson International Airport and can arrange taxis, Uber or Lyft rides for travel to the InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta hotel.

Alternatively, attendees can also take MARTA – Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority – from the Hartsfield International Airport. To plan your MARTA trip, please visit this website. The Buckhead MARTA Station (the closest MARTA station to the InterContinental) is a 3-minute car ride or a short walk (0.3 miles) from the hotel.

The hotel does not offer shuttles to and from the airport – however, there is shuttle service within a two-mile radius of the hotel for a fee. If you wish to use the hotel shuttle service to pick you up at the Buckhead MARTA Station, please call the hotel Front Desk (+1 404-946-9000 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Conference Registration Fees

Early Registration – if paid by May 3, 2024
  • WNFM Member: $975.00
  • Non-member: $1550.00

Late Registration – if paid after May 3, 2024
  • WNFM Member: $1075.00
  • Non-member: $1650.00

Registration fee includes payment for Welcome Reception and Farewell Dinner (guests attending the Farewell Dinner must pay $50). Refunds will only be given for fees cancelled on or before May 10, 2024; however, substitutions are always accepted for conference attendance (substitutions may not be available for WNFM social events). Registration fees must be paid prior to May 24, 2024.

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.

Social Events

Atlanta City Tour | Atlanta History Center & Cydorama

Sunday, June 2 from 9:00-12:00 p.m. EST | $50 per person (prior registration required)
Get to know Atlanta’s past and present - in 1926, 14 founding members introduced the Atlanta Historical Society into the world with one mission: to help preserve Atlanta’s history. In 1990, after decades of collecting, researching, publishing and celebrating the early stories of our great Southern community, the Atlanta Historical Society and all of its holdings officially became the Atlanta History Center. Today the 33-acre grounds hold the famous Swan House, curated Goizueta Gardens, Tullie Smith Farm (a working farm and highlights life pre–Civil War), Centennial Olympic Museum, Bobby Jones exhibit, and the Cyclorama exhibit. Atlanta History Center is a member of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, which is the only global network of historic sites, museums and memory initiatives that connects past struggles to today’s movements for human rights.

Golf Outing at Heritage Golf Links | Sponsored by WMC Energy & Cameco Corporation

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Sunday, June 2 - Morning Start Time TBA, EST | $50 per person (prior registration required - limited to 48 golfers)
Originally opened in 1996 as “Heritage Golf Club,” the golf course was nominated as one of the “Best New Golf Courses in America” by Golf Digest magazine. Today, the golf club still boasts one of the highest slope ratings in Georgia. The golf course at Heritage Golf Links is designed around a 20-acre lake, with water in play on several holes. The course’s rolling terrain and dramatic elevation changes provide stunning vistas, and golfers of every skill level love playing our challenging yet fun layout. Transportation to the course will be provided, as well as one sleeve of Callaway Super Soft golf balls, refreshments on the course, and a box lunch. The tournament will follow Texas Scramble rules - club rentals will be available. 

Please note that there is a maximum of two attendees per company. A waiting list will be available as needed.

Golf Dress Code: Men’s and women’s golf slacks, skirts, or shorts are to be of conservative tailoring without slits above the hem and at least 17 inches in length or cut no more than 4 inches above the knee. Men’s shirts must have sleeves and a distinguishable collar, minimum of one inch, and be tucked into pants/shorts. Women’s shirts or blouses must have either sleeves and/or a distinguishable collar and be tucked in unless designed to flare out 3 to 4 inches below the waist. Appropriate golf (soft spike) shoes are required.

Hats and Caps: Men may not wear hats and caps in the clubhouse except for locker rooms, the Pro Shop and Fitness Center. Women may wear formal headwear in the clubhouse and may wear hats and caps in the Country Club. Hats must be worn bill forward.

Tour of Vogtle Electric Generating Plant

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Wednesday, June 5 from 7:00am - 4:00pm EST | $75 per person (prior registration required)
Limited to 40 attendees (no guests of attendees); max 2 attendees per company. Southern Nuclear reserves the right to deny attendance to any individual.
With its four units producing over 4000 MWe, Vogtle Electric Generating Plant is the largest nuclear power facility in the U.S. Join your colleagues in the opportunity to see the first new nuclear generating units in the U.S. in three-plus decades. Our tour will include insights from Subject Matter Experts, a perimeter tour of the site, and a planned visit to the Vogtle 1&2 and Vogtle 3&4 control room simulators, giving you the opportunity to gain an appreciation for how the AP1000 units operate alongside the legacy units.

For travel planning purposes, please know the group will depart the InterContinental hotel at 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning. It is roughly a three-hour bus drive to the Vogtle site. Attendees will be on site from 10-1:00 p.m. with a box lunch being provided during the tour. The bus will leave the Vogtle plant around 1:00 p.m., arriving back at the InterContinental hotel around 4:00 p.m.

Dress Code & Misc. Guidelines: Long pants are required – no skirts, capris or shorts. Flat, closed-toe shoes are required – no heels or sandals are allowed. Cameras /phones allowed, but restrictions will be outlined when visiting the control room simulator. All attendees must bring a valid passport / photo ID for entry into the plant.
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