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We are pleased to welcome eleven new member companies who have recently joined the World Nuclear Association.

SOGIN is involved in the decomissioning of the previous generation of Italian nuclear power plants and management of nuclear waste. In addition it is contributing to the process of locating a national waste repository. 

Timeline Logistics is a full service Road Transport Company specializing in the transport of Radioactive Material safely and securely throughout Canada and the USA

ICAP Energy is an innovative leader in the energy and shipping industries, providing full-service and over the counter broking and advisory capabilities to a broad spectrum of businesses throughout the world.

Morgan Lewis provides comprehensive transactional, litigation, labor and employment, regulatory, and intellectual property legal services.  Its regulatory and industry-focused practices include Antitrust, Energy, Life Sciences, and Securities.

KEPCO E&C was founded in 1975 and has since grown to independently design power plants, and has developed the Korean-model reactor and independent technology in both fossil fuel and nuclear plants. 

KEPCO (Korea Electric Power Corporation) is the the largest electric utility provider in South Korea, responsible for electricity generation, transmission and distribution.

Samsung C&T provides advanced construction technology in areas such as the construction of skyscrapers, high-tech factory facilities, roads and bridges, harbors, power plants and apartment complexes.

American Electric Power (AEP) is amongst the largest U.S. generators of electricity, owning nearly 38,000 megawatts of generating capacity in the U.S., including the Cook Nuclear Plant in Michigan.

Winston & Strawn is an international law firm with nearly 1,000 attorneys among 15 offices in Beijing, Charlotte, Chicago, Geneva, Hong Kong, Houston, London, Los Angeles, Moscow, New York, Newark, Paris, San Francisco, Shanghai, and Washington, D.C.

KNNEC was established on March 9, 2010, to explore and develop the potential for harnessing the power of nuclear technology for peaceful purposes in Kuwait. This initiative was prompted by the necessity to plan for the near - and long-term electricity demand for Kuwait as the nation experiences significant economic growth. 

American Energy Fields Inc is an exploration and development company with the primary goal of becoming the Next U.S. Uranium producer.