Annual Platform For The Nuclear Industry To Gather In Africa
Africa Nuclear Business Platform (AFNBP) provides a world-class platform to access and gain first-hand insights on the African nuclear market. The African region is one of the fastest growing market globally. The region is hungry for energy and presents massive opportunities. Via our regional office in Morocco, we are deeply engaged with nuclear energy developments in the region. At the heart of what we do, we firmly believe that nuclear energy is pivotal in the fight against climate change and countries must include nuclear energy in discussions to achieve decarbonisation and net zero.
Africa NBP 2023 Host
Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development is a government ministry to manage utilization of energy and mineral resources for development of Uganda and its people. The Ministry is concerned with matters such as energy policy, investments in mining, the establishment of new power generating infrastructure using hydro power, thermal power, solar power and nuclear power. The viability of a nuclear-powered electricity-producing plant is being seriously considered. The mandate of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development is “To Establish, promote the Development, Strategically Manage and Safeguard the Rational and Sustainable Exploitation and Utilization of Energy and Mineral Resources for Social and Economic Development”.
2023 Advisory Board Members
Key stakeholders from many of the Sub-Sahara African national nuclear programs gathered at the one event. Good presentations and opportunities to network
I attended the conference to obtain objective, primary data from the various decision makers regarding the progress of nuclear energy on the African continent. I found the conference well organized, topics were relevant, speakers were decision makers which made the discussions credible, good business networking opportunities.
This Platform have given African newcomer countries a stage to exchange their nuclear energy development plan and relative experiences and problems. As a vendor CZEC had fruitful discussion with participants from different African countries and experts from other institutions and professional companies, which give us a deeper understanding on African countries concerns and demands on their road to nuclear energy. Wish you more success on the future Africa Nuclear Business Platform!