Special Recognition Awards 2016
Special Contribution Award
In recognition of their hard work and devotion to the OCNI board, Special Awards are presented to Terry McNally and Sam Peralta for being leaders within the OCNI Board and upholding the values of OCNI and the ongoing health of the Canadian Nuclear Industry.
OCNI Board Director, 2011 - 2016
“For serving on the OCNI Board and for implementing a Board Committee structure that has enabled OCNI to reach new levels of strong governance in fulfilling its mandate to promote a healthy nuclear industry for the benefit of its members.”
OCNI Board Director, 2015 - 2016
“For serving on the OCNI Board and for providing leadership as Treasurer and Chair of the Audit Committee in ensuring that OCNI has strong financial management in fulfilling its mandate to promote a healthy nuclear industry for the benefit of its members.”
“For winning nuclear training simulator and plant control system orders in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa and demonstrating Canadian technology leadership in the simulation and control field.”
ABOUT L-3 MAPPS
For more than 40 years, L-3 MAPPS has worked with leading utilities, plant designers and research
organizations to create superior training and engineering systems and has established itself as the
world’s pre-eminent manufacturer of power plant simulators. L-3 MAPPS is a company of people with
ideas and vision, with a desire to create value through innovation and with the experience to achieve
Terrestrial Energy Inc.
“For innovative work in developing and promoting a next generation Integrated Molten Salt Reactor that will help our industry achieve even higher levels of safety and performance.”
ABOUT TERRESTRIAL ENERGY INC.
Terrestrial Energy is developing a next-generation nuclear reactor based on its Integral Molten Salt
Reactor (IMSR) technology. The IMSR represents true innovation in cost and functionality. It will offer
reliable power solutions for electricity production, both on- and off-grid, and also energy for industrial
process heat generation. Together, the IMSR energy and heat capabilities have the potential to
significantly extend the applicability of nuclear energy far beyond its current footprint.