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State Nuclear Power Automation System Engineering Corp. (SNPAS)
State Nuclear Power Automation System Engineering Corp. (SNPAS) was established with investment from State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation Ltd (SNPTC) and Shanghai Automation Instrumentation Corporation Ltd (SAIC).
On November 30th, 2007, SNPTC and SAIC signed the cooperation agreement in the Great Hall of the People determining to establish a joint venture company. On March 27th, 2008, the Xu Hui branch of Shanghai Administration of Industry and Commerce granted the business license to SNPAS. On March 30th, 2008, SNPAS held an inauguration ceremony.
SNPAS has a registered capital of 200 million CNY, therein SNPTC contributes 51%, and SAIC contributes 49% of total capital respectively. The main business scope includes: NPP engineering I＆C system design, integration, installation and commissioning and other engineering technical service; NPP I＆C equipments complete supply; NPP I＆C equipments research and development; NPP I＆C system spare parts and operational technical support; System simulation, plant management system, weak current engineering and medium-low voltage electrical equipments and other nuclear power related business.
SNPAS would conform to the guideline “Specialization, Self-reliance, Standardization, Serialization, and Internationalization”, upholds the corporate culture “Nuclear oriented, Cooperation highlighted and Harmony grounded”，and base on the AP1000 technology transfer, provide control system, measurement instruments, actuating mechanisms and other full-scope line products and technical service for nuclear power engineering at home and abroad, so as to meet the demand for nuclear power development and construction of our country.
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL)
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) is Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology laboratory, dedicated to developing peaceful and innovative applications from nuclear technology through its expertise in physics, metallurgy, chemistry, biology, and engineering. We address global issues across the nuclear lifecycle – reactors and fuels, waste management, nuclear safeguards – and develop novel medical isotopes and devices.
CNL’s research focuses on Canadian federal, commercial and public priorities in four research areas to ensure that Canadians and the world receive energy, health, and environmental benefits from nuclear science and technology, with confidence that nuclear safety and security are assured.
Energy: Develop new carbon-free energy generating technologies. Improve the safety, longevity, and performance of existing technologies.
Health: Understand the effects of radiation on living things. Research and develop medical applications for nuclear science.
Environment: Promote a clean, healthy environment by addressing legacy liabilities. Demonstrate methods for the safe storage and management of nuclear waste.
Safety & Security: Develop monitoring, security and safeguards, and nuclear forensics technologies. Find ways to prevent nuclear accidents, while improving our ability to respond if they do occur
State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM employs more than 255,000 people and brings together circa 350 nuclear companies, including all Russian civil nuclear companies, research organizations and the world’s only nuclear-propelled icebreaker fleet. ROSATOM has the world’s largest portfolio of foreign NPPs construction projects (33 nuclear power units worldwide and 6 units in Russia). It is the only company in the world which offers the complete nuclear power cycle, from fuel supply to nuclear power plants construction and operation, and from nuclear medicine to reprocessing of spent fuel.