London, UK (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
Market Publishers Ltd is announced as a media partner of the 5th Annual Nuclear New Build China Summit 2013 (NNBCS 2013). The event will take place on December 12-13, 2013, in Shanghai, China.
In the 1980s, China drew the outline of nuclear technology route which combined the “Introduction” and “Localization” together. Forty years have passed now, China has turned out to be an enormously diverse country with several kinds of nuclear reactor technologies from US, France, Russia, Canada. However, China took a new look at the market after the Fukushima disaster which strongly pushed China to seek the safety solutions from 3rd Gen technology.
So far, there are several 3rd Gen reactor types including AP/CAP, EPR, ACP1000, ACPR1000+ existing in the china nuclear markets, which caused tremendous impacts on the suppliers. Due to the different nuclear standards and regulations, the equipment suppliers are now trapped into an awkward predicament.
Based on the previous success, the 5th Annual Nuclear New Build China Summit 2013 will convene on December 12-13. More than 30 authoritative experts and 200 leaders from nuclear operators, EPC companies, designing institutes as well as equipment suppliers will come together and discuss on how to improve the quality and accelerate the localization progress of 3rd Gen nuclear technology equipment.
The 5th Annual Nuclear New Build China Summit 2013
Date: December 12-13, 2013
Location: Shanghai, China
- Updates on China’s Nuclear New Build Projects
- Predict and Analyze the Trends of Nuclear Technology Route in China
- Analyze the Influence of the 3rd Gen Nuclear Technology on the NPP Equipments Suppliers
- Updates on the Latest Localization Progress of 3rd Gen Nuclear Equipments
- Updated on Nuclear Safety Equipment Supervision System
- Grasp the Tendency of China’s Nuclear Standards and Regulation
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