26–28 June 2018, Paris.
A major event for key players in the global nuclear energy sector, with 10,000 visitors and 4,000 businesses expected over three days. The WNE covers all aspects of the nuclear industry from new build and construction, through operations and maintenance to decommissioning.
With the full support of the French nuclear industry and including all the major international reactor vendors, the WNE represents a key event for companies looking to win work in the UK or international nuclear market. It is also a great opportunity to connect with companies in the French nuclear industry, including key players in the EDF/Framatome supply chain.
For full details: www.world-nuclear-exhibition.com
The Energy Industries Council (EIC) and Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) are leading a UK delegation in partnership with the Department for International Trade (DIT). Space is available in a shared UK pavilion – visit the EIC events page for details.
18–19 June 2018, London.
The Nuclear Industry Association presents Decom2018, a conference looking at the latest developments in the domestic and global decommissioning markets.
The two-day event will feature panel discussions, keynote speeches and an opportunity to network with more than 250 senior leaders from across the decommissioning sector.
For more information, go to decom2018.co.uk
27–28 February 2018, London.
The UK’s Department for International Trade presents the Civil Nuclear Showcase 2018.
With an established reputation in the civil nuclear calendar, this leading annual event is not to be missed. The Showcase provides a unique opportunity to network with a diverse mix of senior delegates from all around the world, including China, France, Japan and South Korea.
UK companies are invited to take part in a tailored programme designed to provide valuable insights into the latest global marketplace developments. You can network with a diverse mix of international and UK delegates representing government, utilities, technology providers, major contracting companies and all tiers of the supply chain; and participate in a series of country briefings to hear about developments and opportunities from DIT specialists in a range of key overseas markets.
Confirmed sponsors include Rolls-Royce, Wood, Urenco, NNL and NuGen.
For more information and to register, go to: www.events.trade.gov.uk/dit-civil-nuclear-showcase-2018