The congress in London aims to bring together companies involved in all areas of the nuclear power plant lifecycle in order to examine and discuss cutting-edge issues and emerging trends that affect and could even lead the nuclear industry. Governments, regulators, utilities and operators, reactor vendors, decommissioning contractors, waste management agencies, technology and service providers, and other organisations will share valuable insights into the most important aspects of new build, life extension and decommissioning projects, as well as radioactive waste handling. This conference is a "must-attend" for anyone who wants to stay current and on top of industry trends and developments. Meanwhile, for those who are keen to find new investment opportunities or strengthen their presence in this market, our two-day event will also provide a cosy platform to meet your future partners.
At the 6th World Nuclear Industry Congress, Nuclear New Build Forum,which is co-located with the 6th World Nuclear Industry Congress, Nuclear Decommissioning & Waste Management Forum 2019, you have a great chance to networking with 300+ industry peers from across the whole nuclear power industry chain – from new build and long-term operation to decommissioning and radioactive waste management – with one ticket.
Top four reasons why you can’t miss this event
- This is the only conference focusing on the latest projects and contract opportunities in new build, decommissioning and waste management across Western Europe, CEE Countries, APAC, Africa, North America and South America.
- Catch up with project updates, strategy and regulation, financing and risk management, nuclear fuel cycle, advanced nuclear technology and digital trends, supply chain optimisation and disposal of radioactive waste both in the UK and abroad.
- The event highlights supply chain and vendor technology and offers the opportunity for sponsored demonstration sessions.
- The congress runs interactive and exclusive panel discussions on “Nuclear New Build Challenges and International Collaboration” and “How to Manage a Decommissioning Project on Time and within Budget?”