With the African region poised for nuclear new build, Africa Nuclear Business Platform 2019 (15-16 Oct, Kenya) focused on matters which are crucial to start a successful new build program.
India Nuclear Business Platform 2019 (13-14 Nov, Mumbai) provided a world-class platform to access and gain first-hand insights on the global and especially Indian nuclear market. Now in its 2nd year, INBP brought together all the key Indian nuclear companies to discuss issues across the Indian nuclear supply chain.
Interested in the Indian and African markets but missed the conferences due to other commitments?
We have prepared insightful packages focusing on Indian and African nuclear markets. You can get the latest nuclear updates without all the hassles to travel to the countries.
- INBP Presentation Decks
- Indian Nuclear Industry Report
- INBP Post Conference Report
India + Africa
- INBP + AFNBP Presentation Decks
- Indian + African Nuclear Industry Reports
- INBP + AFNBP Post Conference Reports
- AFNBP Presentation Decks
- African Nuclear Industry Report
- AFNBP Post Conference Report
India Nuclear Business Platform
Africa Nuclear Business Platform
Implementation of NPCIL Projects – Plans and Challenges.
Speaker: Shri A.K. Balasubrahmanian, Director (Technical), Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited.
Requirements to address suppliers concern to promote participation in the Indian NPP development
Speaker: Dr. Fawzi Issa, Jaitapur Deputy Director & Head of EDF Mumbai Liaison Office, EDF
India Nuclear Civil Liability Regime – Supplier’s concern addressed?
Speaker: Pallavi Bedi, Partner, Projects, Energy & Infrastructure, L& L Partners.
Indian Nuclear Insurance Pool – Issues faced, current status and way forward
Speaker: Balaji Thiagarajan, Deputy General Manager (Pools), General Insurance Corporation of India
Learning from the private sector: Enhancing decision making process for awarding of contracts via faster timelines and simpler procedures
Speaker: Rajneesh Lomash, Sr. Deputy General Manager, Marketing, L&T Special Steels & Heavy Forgings
Realizing Kenya’s Vision 2030: Fast-tracking development of nuclear power to enhance production of affordable and reliable electricity.
Speaker: Eng. Collins Juma, MBS, Chief Executive Officer, Nuclear Power and Energy Agency (Kenya).
Advancing nuclear energy in Africa
Speaker: Prof. Benjamin Nyarko, Commissioner and Coordinator of the Thematic Working Group on Scientific Nuclear Applications, African Commission on Nuclear Energy (AFCONE)
Getting Africa ready for Nuclear Energy
Speaker: Shaukat Abdulrazak, Director, Africa, International Atomic Energy Agency
Development of a long-term human resources strategy for a nuclear power programme
Speaker: Dr Yau Idris, Acting Director General, Nigerian Nuclear Regulatory Authority
*Africa package includes 25 presentations. India package includes 15 presentations.
The 50-page industry reports have been crafted to summarise and provide key insights of discussion during the meetings which took place in Mumbai and Kenya. With the aim to help readers gain comprehensive insights into the African and Indian nuclear market.
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