Nuclear Energy Insider: NRC, DOE, Duke, Entergy and Exelon Discuss Rising Supply Chain Demand

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In 2011 expanding nuclear projects are injecting tens of $billions into the U.S. nuclear supply chain.

This year alone Exelon and Entergy are expanding their fleet-wide operations and maintenance developments, new build projects from Duke, STPNOC, Southern and SCANA are generating over $20bn for the supply chain and this is not to mention the huge DOE projects and Energy Park Initiatives which bring further financial gains to suppliers of the nuclear renaissance.

With projects like this rolling out in 2011Nuclear Energy Insider’s latest findings show the U.S. nuclear supply chain is worth in excess of $100bn.

As these milti-billion dollar projects ramp up, the demand for quality suppliers and contractors is huge and lucrative opportunities across the supply chain are now available – making competition fierce.
This makes 2011 the best time for contractors and suppliers to secure their place in the nuclear supply chain before it is too late.

In order for suppliers to meet buyers and overcome common issues Nuclear Energy Insider is hosting the 2nd Annual Nuclear Supply Chain Conference. This meeting is taking place in Charlotte NC on the 14-15 June and has 300 attendees joining Directors from NRC, DOE and Entergy as well as senior level decision makers from Exelon, Energy Future holdings, AREVA, Shaw and URS.

The 2 day conference will not only give the supply chain a unique opportunity to access the latest timelines and market intelligence but also challenge regulatory frameworks, see new contracting models and examine the supplier interface.

For more information on the 2nd Annual Nuclear Supply Chain Conference follow this link: http://www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/nuclear-supply-chain-conference/

Tommy Angell

Head of Emerging Markets
Nuclear Energy Insider

0044 (0) 207 375 7176
tangell (at) eyeforenergy (dot) com

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