In support of the UK Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC), Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR), Atomic Energy Authority, EDF Energy, Horizon Nuclear Power, and NUGEN from the UK, the 2nd World Nuclear New Build Congress (UK) 2015 will be held on Sept 7-9, in London, UK.
With the UK showing vigorous activity in the sector, LONDON, UK will be the most fitting location for the gathering of the elite and top global players in the Civil Nuclear Sector.
Over 150+ pre-qualified key decision makers from the Executive Management (CEO, Chairman, COO, VP, GM, MD, etc.), Business Unit Management (Sales/Marketing/BD/ Technical Director), and Product/Project/BD/Regional Managers and Heads from Govt Policy Regulators, Universities, Institutes and Associations, Utility Operators, Reactor Vendors & EPC, Engineering Consulting, Professional Services, Equipment Vendors, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Providers and other related services will be gathering in a 5 star hotel for 3 days of networking and high level B2B meetings.
With 2 distinct sessions, this C level congress will be highlighted on the first day by World Nuclear New Build Map which will feature dignitaries from Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources–Turkey, King Abdullah City of Atomic and Renewable Energy (KA CARE)-Saudi Arabia, UAE’s Ambassador to IAEA, Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency of Indonesia (BAPETEN), Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission , China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC), China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN), Nuclear Industry Association of South Africa (NIASA) ,Argentina’s Nucleoeléctrica Argentina SA (NASA), and policy regulators from South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, India, and Brazil who will be on site to provide a comprehensive coverage of their respective areas with fresh project updates and various case studies as well as to source solutions for their existing and future projects in the next 3-5 years.
On the 2nd and 3rd Day, a cutting edge conference, UK Nuclear New Build Focus will be interwoven into this 2 day event where the topic will be focusing on topics in ensuring successful implementation of UK NNB projects. From Discussing details and latest progress of Hinkley Point C, Wylfa Newydd, Moorside, and Sizewell C, exploring how to overcome NNB financing challenges to make sure the projects is on time, reviewing experts shortage and localization challenges and solutions for NPPs, Rethinking the importance of waste management preparation work in new build stage and Looking into the future technology of UK and global new build NPPs.
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