The 5th Annual Nuclear New Build China Summit 2013 Held on December 12-13 in Shanghai!
23 Jan 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Organised by INNCH International, and endorsed by PFCE, CAPEC, GIIN, WNA, Shanghai Nuclear Society, the energy branch of CANEM and CIIA, The 5th Annual Nuclear New Build China Summit 2013 (NNBCS), held at Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Oriental Shanghai, concluded a big success. Focusing on the key trends in nuclear technology route in China as well as the ways to enhance the localisation progress of 3rd-generation nuclear power equipments, NNBCS 2013 was a hit with all 248 participants.
Serving the nuclear power supply chain, the theme of this international summit fully represents the participants’ needs. Apart from the key session addressing world new-build projects and technology development trends in the country, the other two parallel sessions — nuclear HVAC session and nuclear valve & pump session – attracted a hundred more authoritative industry experts to join.
NNBCS 2013 has a rich diversity of participants. Statistical data show that equipment vendor comprised about 46% of all delegates, NPP design institute - 20%, EPC Company – 15%, and NPP operator – nearly 12%.
“Good papers on China NPPs solutions and a wide variety of participants.” Said by a director from Fives Group.
Relating to the conference and the conference contents and themes, around 90% participants made high comments on this multinational event, close to 80% participants are willing to join the next summit again, among these – 12% would like to sponsor the event. NNBCS 2013 won a good deal of sponsorships from such equipment vendors as Sandvik, ATB, Sunnyfastener, TopWorx, Nippon Light Metal, Shenyang Beitan Group, Ashcroft, among others.
In such an overpowering anticipation, the 6th Annual Nuclear New Build China Summit is to start up again in December this year. China’s most significant nuclear power summit, NNBCS 2014, is destined to be another focus of the worldwide nuclear energy industry.