5th Annual Nuclear Power Asia 2014

The premier nuclear power event in Asia bringing together global experience to foster regional new build projects.

‘VIETNAM’S NUCLEAR POWER MARKET IS EXPECTED TO GROW FROM CURRENTLY $10 BILLION TO $50 BILLION BY THE END OF 2030’



The 5th Nuclear Power Asia 2014 returns to Hanoi, Vietnam in January, where it was held in 2011.
The reasons are obvious. Vietnamhas set ambitious plans to build 13 nuclear power stations with a capacity total of 16,000 megawatts by 2030. Other countries, such as Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Bangladesh, are either actively assessing the feasibility or in the process of developing nuclear power, largely as a means to tackle electricity shortages. Not to  mention China and India house the largest number of nuclear power plants. Asia remains the biggest market for new nuclear power projects.
This year’s conference is co-hosted by Vietnam Electricity (EVN) and supported by Vietnam Atomic Energy Agency (VAEA), Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute (VINATOM), Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA) and World Nuclear Association (WNA).

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