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29 Jun 2009

Nuclear Development in CEE

Nuclear Power: an alternative source of energy or the ONLY alternative?

The only CEE focused forum dedicated to nuclear development. Central and Eastern Europe has been moving towards nuclear energy for many years now. Recent geopolitical issues coupled with disruption to gas supplies have made nuclear development a top priority to ensure energy security within CEE."January 13, 2009 may go down in history as the beginning of Poland's nuclear programme. (...)The Government Says Poland Will Have a Nuclear Power Plant in 2020." - BBC, 17th January 2009With projects under construction in Bulgaria and Lithuania, new legislation enabling nuclear new build in Poland, debates over new plant construction in Hungary and Slovakia and decommissioning processes planned across CEE...2009 not only may, but definitely will go down in a history as year that has kick-started nuclear development in CEE.Without a doubt, there will be a number challenges raised for the nuclear industry in CEE this year. Attending Nuclear Development in CEE is your unique opportunity to convert challenges into opportunities and fully benefit from the upcoming nuclear boom.Speaker pannel includes:- GDF Suez - European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) - CEZ - Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant - Slovenskie Electrarne - World Nuclear Association - International Atomic Energy Agency- World Nuclear Institute for Nuclear Safety and many others...If your company doesn


29 Jun 2009 @ 09:00 am

1 Jul 2009 @ 04:00 pm

Duration: 2 days, 7 hours


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