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India Nuclear Energy Exhibition & Summit is the only specialized platform in India that focuses on the development of the Civil Nuclear energy sector in India.

Now in its 10th edition, the platform brings together the entire industry value chain on a single platform to discuss on critical technologies, practices, principles, ideas, applications and processes to modernize assets of existing and upcoming nuclear power plants and further develop related technologies.

Over the years the platform has consistently gathered qualified decision-makers and influencers comprising of senior nuclear energy professionals from NPCIL, DAE, BARC, EPCs, consulting firms and private players from India and abroad.

Performance scorecard of Previous Event (INE 2017)
industry buyers
exhibitors found buyers
exhibitors found new leads and business opportunities
exhibitors found great footfalls at their booths
of our visitors came to find new suppliers
visitors came to source new products
of our buyers came with an intension to place an order
Why the exhibition is important?

The electricity is an important element of modern civilisation. India, being on an impressive economic growth trajectory, needs to invest in expanding its power generation capacity.

Presently, in India, nuclear power ranks fifth as a source of electricity generation after coal, gas, hydroelectricity, wind power, etc. Since most of the traditional sources of electricity generation, through the emission of greenhouse gases, increase the danger of climate change it is imperative to consider nuclear energy for meeting future demand for electricity.

The Government of India is focusing on an ambitious nuclear energy program with an aim to meet 25% of the total energy demand through nuclear energy by 2050. This provides a valuable opportunity to public and private companies to be part of a booming industry.

India's fuel situation, with shortage of fossil fuels, is driving the nuclear investment for electricity, and 25% nuclear contribution is the ambition for 2050, when 1094 GWe of base-load capacity is expected to be required
The OECD’s International Energy Agency predicts that India will need some $1.6 trillion investment in power generation, transmission and distribution to 2035
*Source: World Nuclear Association (WNA)
Key highlights of the exhibition
10 year legacy of serving the nuclear energy industry
Network with key decision makers and influencers from NPCIL, BARC and DAE to find areas of collaboration and business opportunities
Network with NPCIL teams ranging from the Design, Procurement, Plant Operations, Quality Control, Maintenance and Research & Development
Learn how to participate in government tenders in the Nuclear Energy Space
Set face to face meetings with your potential customers and partners
Meet & network with our globally renowned panel of experts and professionals in the civil Nuclear energy space
Map of the Venue