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Why Participate?
Opportunities are still growing in India
  • 21 new nuclear reactors with a combined generating capacity of 15,700 MWe will be put into operation by 2031
  • Currently, there are 9 nuclear reactors at various stages of construction in the states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana and Tamil Nadu
  • The government has granted 5 locations "in principle" approval to establish a further 28 reactors. (Jaitapur in Maharashtra,
  • Kovvada in Andhra Pradesh, Chhaya Mithi Virdi in Gujarat, Haripur in West Bengal and Bhimpur in Madhya Pradesh.)
  • Six VVER-1200 type reactors powered by advanced fuel have been planned with Russia in October 2018.
Source: Reuters, World Nuclear News
Why India Nuclear Energy?
  • India’s only focused B2B exhibition and conference in the civil nuclear sector
  • INE works closely with the nodal Government body in the Indian Nuclear Energy sector - DAE and NPCIL autonomous Government of India organizations – DAE and NPCIL that authorize the development of Nuclear Energy Plants in India
  • International participation from exhibitors from Canada, France, South Korea, Russia, Finland , USA and many more . Ideal platform to network and gain insights to the technological advancement and adopted policies of Government of India.
  • INE Summit brings together the most qualified audience comprising of senior nuclear professionals from DAE, NPCIL,BARC, INS, overseas organizations, and other private companies from the civil nuclear space. industry stakeholders, including Government of India officials, Senior executives of Department of Atomic Energy, Nuclear Power Corporation of India, Indian Nuclear Society, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and many more.
  • Meet prospects and engage in face-to-face meetings that catalyze business possibilities, access to foreign technologies, and collaborations from Canada, France, South Korea, Russia, and USA, Finland Czech, along with leading corporations from Civil nuclear energy fraternity of India.
Source: Reuters, World Nuclear News