Nuclear Power Asia 2011

Venue: Sofitel Plaza Hanoi

Location: Hanoi, Vietnam

Event Date/Time: Jan 18, 2011
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Nuclear Power Asia 2010 provided a premier high quality platform for Asian utility industry professionals and key nuclear power industry stakeholders to get an honest exchange of information to explore the potential of nuclear power in the region and to learn from successful nuclear power industry projects and experiences from the leading operators in the world.

Key Statistics from Nuclear Power 2010:
•24 countries represented
•Over 76 companies in attendance
•More than 120 delegates registered for

Nuclear Power Asia 2010

What attendees thought of the conference.....

“The conference brought together the key industry stakeholders in the ASEAN countries with industry representatives from the key industrial countries that have developed and/or are building new nuclear plants. A practical and interactive meeting that enabled honest discussions among the participants.”
Mr. Atambir Rao, Head Nuclear Power Technology Development, Nuclear Power Division International Atomic Energy Agency, Austria

“As countries in Southeast Asia are increasingly looking to nuclear as part of their energy mix, the Nuclear Power Asia conference provides an excellent opportunity for local, regional and global nuclear industry leaders to exchange views on the latest industry developments and to address how this vision will turn into reality. I fully recommend this event to my industry colleagues.”
George Borovas, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, UK

Companies that attended include:

Allen & Overy LLP, Alstom Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd, Astra AWANI, Australian High Commission - Kuala Lumpur, Bechtel Power Corporation, BNP Paribas Asia, Burns and Roe Asia, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Holding Co. Ltd., China Nuclear Power Engineering Co., CLP Holdings Limited, CLP Power (Thailand) Ltd., CLP Power Hong Kong Limited, Control Components Inc, D-REX, Électricité de France, China Division, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand ( EGAT ), Enercon Services, Energy Commission, Energy Intelligence, Energy Market Authority, Excel Services Corporation, GDF Suez, Gregg Services, Inc., Herbert Smith LLP, IHS, Independent Power Producers Forum (IPPF), International Atomic Energy Agency, International Energy Agency, Intersect LLC, JGC(Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, Jitu Saririch Sdn.Bhd., J-POWER Generation (Thailand) Co.,Ltd., JSC “Atomstroyexport”, Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power, Korea Power Engineering Company, Lightbridge Corporation, Longenecker & Associates, Malaysian Nuclear Society, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water, National Energy Council, National Power Corporation ( NAPOCOR ), NHK Kuala Lumpur Bureau, Norton Rose LLP, OERC Thailand, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, PT. Medco Power Indonesia, PT. PLN (Persero), PTT PLC, Romanian National Commission for Nuclear Activities Control ( CNCAN ), S.N Nuclearelectrica S.A, SA Energy, Standard Chartered Bank, Tenaga Nasional Berhad, The Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt, The Embassy of the Republic of Korea, The Office of the Energy Regulatory Commission, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), Toshiba Asia Pacific Hanoi office, Uppländska Bergborrnings AB, Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute, WANO Tokyo Centre, Westinghouse Electric Japan, World Association of Nuclear Operators, WorleyParsons