Justin Gray

Framatome Canada Ltd.

    Justin Gray is an executive in the nuclear industry with 14 years of experience across multiple technical and operational disciplines with a primary focus on CANDU technology, including reactor control systems design, robotics and inspection tooling, non-destructive evaluation, field services and outages, nuclear waste management and decommissioning, and medical isotopes.
    Justin has held senior positions at multiple leading companies within the Canadian nuclear industry in the functional areas of business development, operations, and engineering, including at Kinectrics, where he was most recently Senior Director of the Inspection and Maintenance Systems department, and at Candu Energy, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, where he spent a decade in several roles including Director of Business Development, Chief of Staff to the President & CEO, and Control Systems Designer. Currently, he is the Chief Operating Officer at Framatome Canada, where he is accountable for employee health and safety, overall profit and loss of the business, project execution, strategic planning and growth, and client satisfaction. Justin started his career working at Atomic Energy of Canada in Chalk River, working in Operations at the Molybdenum-99 Production Facility. Justin holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics, specializing in nuclear engineering, from McMaster University, and an MBA from Ivey Business School at Western University where he earned the Ivey Scholar Award for finishing in the top 10% of his class.

    All Sessions by Justin Gray

    8:30 am - 10:00 am

    The Nuclear Industry from a Vendor Perspective

    In this session, attendees will gain valuable insights into the nuclear supply chain from key vendors in the industry. You will learn about the important considerations and challenges faced by suppliers as the nuclear industry works on refurbishments, new builds, safe stores, and ongoing operations. This session is a must-attend for anyone interested in the future of the nuclear industry.