Two Day “Nuclear Power Plant Life Management & Extension” Conference will take place in 16th – 17th in November 2016 in Paris.
Speakers and Attendees of the Conference will address the key issues faced by the industry associated with NPP’s life management and extension such as age management programs and techniques, implementation of environmental standards, I&C systems and avoidance strategies for force shutdown an much more.
Key industry players will give in-depth presentations and get involved in the Panel Discussions with senior level audience covering the most important topics in the market. They will provide a global analysis of R&D in component behaviour and integrity, best practices of applying safety principles and concepts in preparation for licence extension and discuss the challenges industry faces to keep maintenance and operational costs down.
Join us in Paris to exchange your point of view with your peers and engage in excellent networking opportunities. Topics that we will cover include:
- The Role of Nuclear Power in the Future Energy System
- Challenge Faced During Life Extension License Application Process
- What Can Operators Do to Efficiently Advance in Longer than Expected NPP Lifetime?
- LTO, Repair Procedure & Control Systems Refurbishment
- Equipment Reliability: How to Keep the Plant Operating
- Economics of LTO
- Addressing the Licence Extension from the Regulatory Perspective
- Environmental & Safety Standards
- Collaborative R&D to support LTO
- Community Connection to the Project & Public Acceptance
- Workforce Development in Nuclear Industry and lots more…
ACI, benefitting from a thorough research on the topic and market, will bring together the right companies and the best professionals to share their “job story”, which will have an exceptional value for the conference attendees who will receive a unique opportunity to examine all aspects of the market in practical terms.
During the afternoon of Tuesday 15th November 2016, a limited number of conference attendees will have the unique opportunity to visit the The Materials Ageing Institute. The Institute is a utility-oriented research center founded by EDF in 2008 and cofinanced by EPRI (US), KEPCO (J), CGNPC (CN), REA (RU), EDF Energy (UK), TEPCO (J), MHI (J), CRIEPI(J), CEA (F) and Areva (F).
There is no extra charge to join the site visit, but spaces are limited and allocated on first come first served basis. Please register your attendance when booking for the conference.
Agenda Committee Members Include:
Regis Nhili, Director of Materials Ageing Institute, EDF R&D
Pal Kovac, Advisor to CEO, State Secretary for Energy Affairs Of The 2nd Orban Government, MVM Paks Nuclear Power Plant Ltd.
Emil Kichev, Head, Risk Management Section, Technical Support Department, Kozloduy NPP
Matti Paljakka, Key Account Manager, Energy, VTT
Who Will Attend?
You will be joined by leading companies representing Nuclear Power Plants Operators, Technical Directors, Technical Engineers, Asset Managers, Associations Representatives, Regulatory and Policy Officers, Solution Providers, Consultants, Technology Providers and many more. They will attend to this interactive conference in order to build strong relationships, maintain competitive advantage in the marketplace and discuss with key industry leaders who will share their insights and real-life working experiences with the audience.
With an investment of £1,495 (ex. VAT) you can take advantage of becoming a part of the story and gain valuable experience and priceless expertise. As the number of attendees is strictly limited, please register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
ACI’s Nuclear Power Plant Life Management & Extension Conference will allow you to examine and analyse successful case studies of latest projects presented by industry leaders, along with exploring the latest technology advancements.
Readers/Subscribers are entitled to a special discount on registration. For further information or to register your attendance contact Mado Lampropoulou quoting ENL AIN.
More information or Registration, please contact
Marketing Department, ACI
T: + 44 (0) 203 141 0607