King Lee is the Director Harmony Programme at World Nuclear Association leading the Harmony Programme, the nuclear industry’s vision for the future of electricity. In this role Mr Lee head a team promoting nuclear energy by working with the nuclear community to engage with key policymakers and stakeholders on the important role of nuclear energy as part of the clean energy future.
Mr Lee led strategic cooperation with key international institutions, such as United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), ASEAN, Clean Energy Ministerial and World Energy Council, on development of nuclear power.
Previously, Mr Lee was Head of Nuclear Development at Lloyd’s Register, where he led strategic business development and provided technical and commercial oversight of major nuclear projects in UK, China, Korea and UAE. This includes advice to government and industry leaders on regulatory and safety issues concerning the challenges for the nuclear industries. He has also been involved a range of power and energy projects with considerable experience on risk and assurance management.
Mr Lee was the Vice-Chair of the Energy Institute Process Safety Committee. He is a member of the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) Nuclear Innovation 2050 Advisory Panel and Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) Flexible Nuclear Campaign Working Group. Mr Lee is the Chair of UNECE Nuclear Fuel Working Group and Vice Chair of UNECE Group of Experts on Cleaner Electricity Systems.