/EIN Presswire/ As the UK’s energy demands continue to increase, the UK has recently given the go-ahead for 10 new nuclear power stations, a trend which will likely be replicated across Europe in the coming months.
At a time when the supply of greener efficient energy is becoming less and less cost effective, it is even more essential for investors, the government and utility companies alike, to have a full awareness of the realistic financing options and possibilities that nuclear power has to offer in this high risk and high capital industry.
SMi’s 3rd annual Financing Nuclear Power conference will aim to increase your awareness of these financing options by bringing together key experts and decision makers in the industry to share their experiences with you, offering practical advice and discussing realistic options for financing nuclear power in 2010.
Key topics will include; The nuclear renaissance in the UK ; Financing new nuclear – challenges for the utility; Decommissioning – successfully managing the costs; Operational waste handling and storage – opportunities and risks; Nuclear – an integral part of the future fuel mix; From plan to production – insurance aspects; Project management: from licensing to power generation; Political lobbying for nuclear power.
Here Key experiences from;
Kalev Kallemets, Secretary General, Estonian Nuclear Powerplant Association
Rafael Jiménez, Senior Nuclear Development and Head of Thermal Projects Development, Iberdrola Maxim Kozlov, Head of Project Team – Baltic NPP, Inter RAO UES
Yulia Chernyakhovskaya, Deputy Director for Development Programmes, Atomstroyexport JSC
Simon Wilde, Head of Power & Utilities EMEA, RBS Global Banking and Markets
Jacques Cantarella, Financial Risk Manager, ONDRAF/NIRAS
For more information on SMi’s 3rd annual Financing Nuclear Power conference, please visit; http://www.smi-online.co.uk/10nuclear35.asp
Or alternatively contact Teri Arri on Tel. +44 (0)20 7827 6162 or E-mail. [email protected] should you require further information.