Nuclear Power Forum Philippines (in conjunction with the 38th Atomic Energy Week) Connecting you wit
Venue: Manila and Bataan
|Event Date/Time: Dec 10, 2010||End Date/Time: Dec 11, 2010|
Connecting you with prime investment opportunities in the reviving Philippine nuclear energy sector
Power Forum: 10 December 2010
Site Tour: 11 December 2010
Venue: Manila, Philippines and Bataan, Philippines
The Philippinesâ€™ only Nuclear Energy business event.
Over $2 billion dollars worth of opportunities are available to revive, rehabilitate and build the nuclear power portfolio in the Philippines.
In conjunction with the celebration of the 38th Atomic Energy Week, Nuclear Power Forum Philippines 2010 is the industry event you need to seize these opportunities, highlighting the most relevant spectrum of perspectives from leading players in the Philippinesâ€™ arena of nuclear power generation, as well as the surrounding region.
Prime movers and local regulators will share with you their plans and policies. You can expect fresh insights from leading nuclear power generators, power producers, investors and technology providers, along with high level government decision-makers, all eager to set the stage for successful nuclear energy business in the Philippines.
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