Nuclear New Build Summit 2012 (NNB 2012)

Venue: Vienna

Location: Vienna, Austria

Event Date/Time: Apr 23, 2012 End Date/Time: Apr 25, 2012
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The nuclear industry has used the term Nuclear Renaissance for many years now. It is more important than ever to ensure this phrase becomes a reality instead of a cliché.

It has been a difficult year for the industry following the events at Fukushima, in Japan, and the subsequent political decisions taken by European countries such as Germany, Italy and Switzerland to turn away from nuclear power altogether. The public perception of nuclear power has reverted back after years of steady acceptance.

The Nuclear New Build Summit has an outstanding collection of speakers tackling the most pertinent issues. These industry concerns have been raised during my extensive research for this event and I have endeavoured to ensure that they take their rightful place on our agenda. Speakers from companies such as RWE Power, GDF Suez, CEZ and organisations such as the International Atomic Energy Agency to name a few will all be presenting vital information and experience that will serious benefit you in your daily role.

Major topics of discussion delivered by industry experts include:
• Development Focus: Experts from growing nuclear markets across Europe from the UK to Poland talk about their progress from planning to readiness for construction
• Nuclear Investment Opportunities: Learn about pathways to project finance that will ensure that your nuclear new build doesn’t have the funding taps switched off
• Nuclear Politics: Hear about the implications of changing policy across Europe and how you can minimise the risks to your company
• Nuclear Regulation: Discover the impact of new EU regulation on stress tests and make sure you’re ready to comply
Do not miss this opportunity to engage with your peers and learn about Nuclear New Build industry trends across the world.

For more information or to register, please visit - www.nuclearnewbuildsummit.com/dl, email enquire@iqpc.co.uk or phone +44 (0) 207 368 9300.

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