7 April 2015
Launch of new Press and Events section
A new Press and Events section has been launched on the World Nuclear Association's website.This new section includes our Press Statements, previously carried on this page. This Announcements page will now include information specific to our association.
Events and Conferences have also been moved to the new section. There have also been some minor rearrangements in this section. All existing links should be forwarded to the correct page.
7 January 2015
Beijing meeting puts the spotlight on China’s nuclear energy progress
World Nuclear Association, in cooperation with the Chinese
Nuclear Society, is organising an exciting one-day conference on 15
January 2015 in Presidential Hotel Beijing. World Nuclear
Spotlight 2015 brings leading figures from the
international industry together in the capital city of the world's
fastest growing nuclear market.
- learn about China's plans for the expansion of its reactor
fleet and fuel cycle facilities, and the challenges it faces
- discover the opportunities on offer to foreign nuclear
companies and investors
- discuss the potential flow-on benefits that the Chinese program
offers to the world in terms of learning and innovation
With over 25 years of history in nuclear power and boasting the
world's largest and most diverse new-build program the Chinese
nuclear industry is now a leading player. Committed to localising
its supply chain and deploying its own advanced reactor technology,
Chinese companies are increasingly turning their attention to
opportunities in overseas markets such as Pakistan, Argentina,
Romania, South Africa and the UK. Can it achieve with nuclear a
similar level of export success as it has for other infrastructure
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