UK’s 4th CEE Nuclear Energy Summit
29-31 October 2018, Budapest, Hungary
Don’t miss your chance to explore the potential that exists across the Central and Eastern European region and Finland – Join the Summit and meet your potential business partners in the heart of Europe!
Following the success of Energy Summits in Prague, Warsaw and Bucharest, DIT is proud to be organising the UK’s 4th CEE Nuclear Energy Summit in Budapest. This is your chance to learn more about the opportunities in 7 markets across Central and Eastern Europe and Finland. Whether your expertise is in nuclear new build, life extension or decommissioning and waste management programmes, don’t miss your chance to explore the potential that exists in this exciting region.
CEE presents exciting opportunities for British companies across the nuclear
supply chain spectrum, market opportunities for the region are estimated at over £40 billion.
Hungary currently has 4 operating VVER reactors at Paks, which will be expanded with the addition of two new reactors, ready for operation between 2025 and 2030 (£10 billion project). A near-surface radwaste repository will be decommissioned in the coming years.
Other potential opportunities across the region include Romania’s £5.5 billion project for the construction of 2 new CANDU reactors at Cernavoda, life extension work on Unit 1 and the construction of a low and intermediate level waste repository are scheduled to start in the next 5 years. Poland envisages 6.000 MWe of nuclear power to come online by 2035. In Bulgaria, £400 million worth of decommissioning work is being tendered for reactors 1 to 4 at Kozloduy NPP and a waste disposal facility. Other countries, such as Slovakia and the Czech Republic present new build and maintenance opportunities. Czech Republic has two NPPs – Temelin and Dukovany with two reactors on each location. Current plans intend to expand by two new reactors.