The Nuclear Power Africa Conference features expert speakers who will address the myths and realities, latest technologies, regulatory and financing challenges and the economic spin offs created by a nuclear new build program. Nuclear stakeholders and prospective suppliers to gain first hand insights into prospects for new jobs, training programs, and the business opportunities created by the localisation of the supply chain of a nuclear new build.
This year we are focusing on how nuclear can fulfil Africa’s potential in driving development and the steps which must be taken to meet the nuclear demand. Access crucial information on alleviating safety concerns through fulfilling risk management and compliance targets.
Some of the topics to be discussed
- Panel discussion: Reading between the headlines: What is South Africa’s nuclear positioning?
- Case study: What is the potential impact of a new build plant for the communities of the Eastern Cape?
- Roundtable discussions: Participants will explore the externalities of nuclear energy production. An intimate format to ask your hard questions and look in-depth at the challenges facing your role and the African market. Discussions will be facilitated by market leaders and industry experts.
- How can you achieve localisation benefits?
- How realistic are the financing proposals for nuclear fleets; is optimism overshadowing realism?
- What else can nuclear power offer Africa; the fruitful prospect of nuclear desalination?
- Tapping into human capital; positioning your company to gain from nuclear training facilities
- Learning to work to the strengths and weaknesses of the energy grid
- Grasping economic growth and avoiding a nuclear relaxed future
- Facilitating risk management and alleviating safety concerns for Africa
- Reaching nuclear compliance: Conformity in fulfilling official requirements
- Recommendations for risk management and compliance
- Examining the speed of nuclear development in Sub-Saharan Africa
Position your company to learn about the trend of sub Saharan Africa’s nuclear development, with debate and speculation ascertaining Africa’s readiness for nuclear power generation.
This year we are focusing on how nuclear can fulfil Africa’s potential in driving development and the steps which must be taken to meet the
nuclear demand. Access crucial information on alleviating safety concerns through fulfilling risk management and compliance targets.
- Engage with and learn from decision makers in nuclear who have previously tackled the construction and maintenance of a nuclear power plant; a time and money saving opportunity
- Benefit from quality question and answer time, and therefore increased interaction with nuclear experts in small roundtable groups
- Hear about the opportunities and rewards that can be reaped from the new build nuclear sites, and the jobs and human capital gain which are obtainable from the process.
Who should attend:
- Electrical Engineers
- Mechanical engineers
- Procurement officers
- Senior government officials
- Energy stakeholders
- Energy specialisits
- Civil constructors
- Victor Polikarpov, Vice president of Sub Saharan Africa, Rosatom, Russia
- Des Muller, Chairman, NIASA Supply Chain Development, South Africa
- Mr Phumzile Tshelane, CEO of Necsa, South Africa
- Eng Nduma Joseph Ruwah, Electrical Engineer, Kenya Nuclear Electricity Board (KNEB)
To find out more about the programme contact:
Francesca Bugg | Conference Producer | Phone: +27 21 700 3526 | Email: francesca.bugg@Spintelligent.com
With 5 conference tracks, 5 co-located events, 2 breakfasts, 7 technical workshops, 300 exhibitors and matchmaking – there is a lot going on at African Utility Week and Energy Revolution Africa 2017. Complete the form below to see how it all fits togetherRegister for your conference pass