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Date
Event
19 Jul 2019, Friday Seminar: Public Engagement – a Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy for Hong Kong
03 Jul 2019, Wednesday Seminar on Engineering Codes of Ethics at the Frontier of Social Responsibility
21 May 2019, Tuesday Nuclear Safety and Technology Public Seminar: Nuclear Energy: Challenges and Opportunities
27 Feb 2019, Wednesday Seminar: Design of an Accident Prevention System for Light Water Reactors Using the Artificial Neural Network and a Highspeed Simulator
25 Jan 2019, Monday Nuclear Safety and Technology Public Seminar: Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT)
22 Jan 2019, Friday Nuclear Safety and Technology Public Seminar: Experience from Lungmen Nuclear Power Plant Project
08 Jan 2019, Tuesday Nuclear Safety and Technology Public Seminar: Generation-IV Nuclear Technology – Development of Supercritical Water-cooled Reactor
06 Dec 2018, Thursday Notice of the Seventh Annual General Meeting (7th AGM)
06 Dec 2018, Thursday Nuclear Technology Public Seminar: Beginning, Development, Innovation and Outlook of China General Nuclear in the four decades since the Open Door Policy
22 Dec 2017, Friday Half-Day Symposium on Developing Nuclear Energy – A Secure Future
05 Dec 2017, Tuesday Nuclear Safety and Technology Public Seminar: 我國核電發展現狀與展望
05 Dec 2017, Tuesday Notice of the Sixth Annual General Meeting (6th AGM)
14 Dec 2016, Wednesday Nuclear Technology Public Seminar: Recent Developments in Reactor Thermalhydraulics and Safety
14 Dec 2016, Wednesday Hong Kong Nuclear Society - Notice of the Fourth Annual General Meeting (5th AGM)
15 Nov 2016, Tuesday Nuclear Technology Public Seminar: Lessons Learned from the Fukushima Accident – A Strong and Independent Nuclear Regulator
27 Oct 2016, Thursday Nuclear Technology Public Seminar: Recent Severe Accident Research and Development in Europe
07 Oct 2016, Friday Nuclear Technology Public Seminar: Assessment of Severe Accident Management Effectiveness using Risk Oriented Accident Analysis Methodology Frameworks
07 Jun 2016, Tuesday Nuclear Technology Public Seminar: Recent Development in Fluoride Salt-cooled High-temperature Reactor (FHR) Technology
15 May 2016, Sunday National Knowledge Competition in Nuclear Science Organized by the Chinese Nuclear Society for Secondary School Students
22 Mar 2016, Tuesday Nuclear Technology Public Seminar: Nuclear Energy: Future Technologies and Challenges for Growth
26 Jan 2016, Tuesday Nuclear Technology Public Seminar: Impacts of Fukushima Accident on Nuclear Power in Taiwan
10 Dec 2015, Thursday Hualong One as an Indigenous 3rd Generation Nuclear Technology of China and its Implementation at China General Nuclear Power Corporation
10 Dec 2015, Thursday The Fourth AGM of Hong Kong Nuclear Society
04 Dec 2015, Friday Regional Seminar on Dangerous Goods Management: A Planning and Operation Perspective
13 Nov 2015, Friday Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on Predicting the Consequences of the Dispersion of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, or Nuclear Agents in the Urban Environment
06 Mar 2015, Friday Half-Day Nuclear Safety and Risk Symposium on Fourth Year After Fukushima Nuclear Accident - Safe Restart of Japanese Nuclear Reactors
03 Dec 2014, Wednesday Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on A Reflection on the Red Flags Raised in the US Nuclear Industry in Recent Years
31 Oct 2014, Friday International Nuclear Energy Forum:
Daya Bay 20 Years and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities for Mainland Nuclear Industry
10 Jun 2014, Tuesday Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on Nuclear Energy Developments for 2050
05 Jun 2014, Thursday FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Option N proposed for fuel mix consultation
Importing more nuclear power through dedicated transmission model

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燃料組合方案N以專厰專線模式增加核電供應
29 Apr 2014, Tuesday Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on Advanced Passive Nuclear Power Technology Development in China
15-16 Apr 2014 工業製程安全管理證書課程
07 Mar 2014, Friday Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on Three Years After Fukushima, What Lessons were Learnt?
17-19 Feb 2014 The 2nd Asian Nuclear Power Briefing
16 Dec 2013, Monday Technical Seminar on Non-nuclear, Low-carbon, or Both? The Case of Taiwan
22 Oct 2013, Tuesday IRSN Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on the Use of CATHARE and ASTEC Codes for Nuclear Reactors Accident Analysis
25 Sep 2013, Wednesday Nuclear Safety and Risk Technology Seminar on Energy Choices and Consequences
16 Sep 2013, Monday Nuclear Engineering Symposium on Nuclear Safety and Impact on Future Energy Mix
07 Sep 2013, Saturday Nuclear Technology Public Seminar - The Development and Concerns of the Latest EPR-1000 Generation III Reactor in China
30 Aug 2013, Friday Nuclear Technology Public Seminar - Observation of the Disappearance of Neutrinos from the Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plants
06 Aug 2013, Tuesday Nuclear Safety and Risk Symposium on The Latest Development in Nuclear Safety
29 Apr 2013, Monday Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on Management of the Backend Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Current Status in the US
08 Apr 2013, Monday Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on Economic Impact of a Nuclear Accident
07 Mar 2013, Thursday Media Briefing
26 Jan 2013, Saturday Risk Management and Safety Activity: Visiting Daya Bay NPP Simulator and Emergency Centre with a Focus on Occupational Safety and Health
08 Jan 2013, Tuesday Nuclear Safety and Risk Workshop on The Latest Development in Nuclear Safety and Nuclear Industry
17 Dec 2012, Saturday Risk Management and Safety Seminar on New Energy Policy and Nuclear Power in Taiwan
17 Nov 2012, Saturday Technical Seminar on Nuclear Reactor Safety: Operating Experience and Risk Assessment
17 Oct 2012, Wednesday Nuclear Safety and Risk Workshop on Nuclear Emergency Response and Consequence Assessment
15 Sep 2012, Saturday Symposium on Nuclear Safety and Risk: Challenges and Opportunities
10 Mar 2012, Saturday Symposium on One Year after the Fukushima Nuclear Accident – the Way Forward with Safety and Risk Engineering

 

Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on A Reflection on the Red Flags Raised in the US Nuclear Industry in Recent Years



Date:

03 December 2014 (Wednesday)

Time:

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Venue:

Lecture Theatre LT-8 , Academic Building 1, City University of Hong Kong

Speaker:

Dr Allen Ho
President of Energy Technology International, Inc. (ETI), USA
 

Abstract:

After twenty-plus years of no-new-build period in the US, the US nuclear industry suffers from a broad range of shortages in people with needed technical expertise and work experience. Such problems have been clearly observed in the nuclear power plant modification and maintenance activities in the US. Are these only issues that exist in the US? Besides the expertise and experience matters, ‘lacking of technical conscience’ with some professionals also become a concern. Could these issues, as wondered by some people in the nuclear industry, also become problems on our land.

 

This seminar will share information from the lessons learned in the US and expand to other countries. Mainland China has had a very aggressive plan to build more nuclear power plants since 2004: Generation II, Generation II+, Generation III, and beyond. What does that mean for us and for the Hong Kong people?

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International Nuclear Energy Forum:
Daya Bay 20 Years and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities for Mainland Nuclear Industry



Date:

31 Oct 2014 (Friday)

Time:

8:45am to 9:15am - registration
9:15am to 5:00pm - forum

Venue:

Grand Ballroom, 3/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Backgroud:

2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station - the first commercial nuclear power plant in Mainland China. For this significant milestone in the history of the Chinese nuclear power industry, CLP and the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering of the City University of Hong Kong will jointly organize an international forum in Hong Kong. Themed “Daya Bay 20 Years and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities for Mainland Nuclear Industry”, the forum brings together industry practitioners, nuclear experts and regulators from the mainland, Hong Kong and overseas to enable a sharing of Daya Bay’s valuable experience and a forward-looking discussion on issues and opportunities facing the Chinese nuclear power industry with its great impetus for growth.

Target:

Intended for stakeholders interested in nuclear energy including government officials, non-governmental organizations, industry and business sectors, and academia.

Language:

English (simultaneous interpretation in Putonghua available).

Programme Rundown:

Time
Items
8:45am
Registration and welcome coffee
9:15am

Keynote speeches

  • Mr SH Chan, JP, Managing Director – China, CLP Holdings
    Topic: Daya Bay’s 20 years of excellence
  • Mr Lu Changshen, Assistant President, China General Nuclear Power Group
    Topic: China’s nuclear energy roadmap - from Daya Bay to going global
9:55am

Nuclear development and safety

  • Mainland China nuclear agency – TBC
    Topic: Role of nuclear under China’s energy policy and the future of atomic law
  • HKSAR Security Bureau - TBC
    Topic: Emergency preparedness and radiation monitoring
10:35am
Coffee break
10:50am

Nuclear development and safety – cont’

  • Professor Jian Lu, Vice-President (Research & Technology) and Dean of Graduate Studies, City University of Hong Kong
    Topic: Role for Hong Kong in the Chinese nuclear power programme
11:10am

Panel discussion 1

  • Veterans of nuclear industry, NGOs and government bodies
    Topic: Review of experiences and performance of Daya Bay
12:10pm
Souvenir presentation and group photo
12:30pm
Lunch
2:00pm

International perspective

  • Mr Francois Morin, Director China, World Nuclear Association
    Topic: Experience sharing for China in exporting nuclear services
  • Professor Tony Roulstone, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge
    Topic: Challenges for China in reaching goals of its nuclear power programme
  • Mr Andre Capponi, Member Interactions Manager, World Association of Nuclear Operators Paris Centre
    Topic: Possible contributions of WANO to support the Chinese nuclear programme
3:15pm
Coffee break
3:30pm

Panel discussion 2

  • International and Hong Kong nuclear experts
    Topic: Challenges and opportunities facing the Chinese nuclear power industry on energy security, nuclear safety, public communication and human resources
4:30pm

Closing remarks

  • Mr CC Tang, Director – Nuclear, CLP Holdings
4:45pm
Souvenir presentation and group photo
5:00pm
End of forum

 

* Programme details subject to changes without further notice.

Registration:

Please register online through http://goo.gl/aKCgYO on or before 18 October 2014. E-confirmation on seat availability will be sent within 3 working days after registration.


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Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on Nuclear Energy Developments for 2050



Date:

10 Jun 2014 (Tuesday)

Time:

11:00 am

Venue:

B4701, Academic 1 , City University of Hong Kong

Speaker:

Mr WANG Xu Jia
University of Cambridge, UK
 

Abstract:

Mr Tony Roulstone will talk about how the UK is recreating the skills and capabilities for the new generation of reactors which are to be built, both to replace old gas-cooled reactors and as part of ‘greening’ the UK energy system.


He will suggest that, in the context of 2050 carbon targets, the opportunity is more about the priorities for extending the capability of light water reactor technology to: achieve higher performance; reduce costs; burn nuclear waste and breed new fuel, rather than creating new types of reactor systems.

Biography:

Tony Roulstone (MA Engineering) established the MPhil in Nuclear Energy programme in 2010 on his return to the University of Cambridge, where he teaches and conducts research in advanced nuclear systems. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Nuclear and Risk Engineering programme of CityU.

He received his degree in engineering from the University of Cambridge and has spent much of his career in the nuclear and aerospace industry. He was a project manager on Fast Reactor technology at UKAEA Dounreay from 1977-1980, before joining Rolls-Royce to design small water reactors, becoming Engineering and Projects Director in 1987 and subsequently Managing Director in 1992.

Also, he has worked widely at senior level across different industry sectors and he is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.


Registration:

For free registration, please send your name, affiliation and membership number (if available) to seoffice@cityu.edu.hk with email subject indicating “Nuclear Energy Developments for 2050” on a first-come-first-served basis (Quota: 43 persons)


For enquiries, please contact Ms Vivian LEE (email: seoffice@cityu.edu.hk)


CPD Certificate:

Attendance/CPD Certificate will be provided.

Co-organisers:


 

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Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on Advanced Passive Nuclear Power Technology Development in China



Date:

29 April 2014 (Tuesday)

Time:

6:15 pm - 8:00 pm

Venue:

Lecture Theatre LT-7., Academic 1, City University of Hong Kong

Speaker:

Mr WANG Xu Jia
Assistant Director, General Technology Department
Shanghai Nuclear Engineering Research and Design Institute (SNERDI)
 

Abstract:

SNERDI was formed at the early stage of the Chinese nuclear power programme and held a pivotal role in the development of the first indigenous civil nuclear power station in China at Qinshan. The nuclear power programme in China has called for a three-fold increase of nuclear capacity to 58 GW by 2020 from the current capacity of 18 GW from 20 nuclear generating units, and a policy that new nuclear constructions will be based on advanced Generation III reactor technology that has much higher safety levels.

 

SNERDI has been very active in the import, assimilation and re-innovation of Generation III technology from the US. It is working on an advanced Pressurised Water Reactor design CAP1000 (Chinese AP1000) that makes extensive use of passive safety features to ensure reactor integrity. It is also developing a design known as CAP1400 that has the same safety philosophy but which has a larger generation capacity.

 

The seminar will provide further information on the above advanced nuclear reactor systems.


Registration:

Free on-line free registration on a first-come-first-served basis is via http://www.hkarms.org/Registration/EventRegister.php?Event=61
(If you do not have a membership number, please input “0”)


For enquiries, please contact Dr Louis Liu, info@hkns.hk


CPD Certificate:

Attendance/CPD Certificate will be provided.

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工業製程安全管理證書課程



日期:

2014年4月15及16日(星期二、三)

時間:

9:00 pm – 6:00 pm

地點:

九龍尖沙咀麼地道好時中心2樓 230室 社會資源拓展學院


課程目標:

以美國職業安全衛生署(OSHA)的石化製程安全管理法規(Process Safety Management)之14項稽查項目為基礎,講解工業製程安全管理的稽查項目,並強化學員對風險評估的基本認知,藉此找出製程安全缺失並加以改善,以避免災害及減少損失。 本課程尤其適合有意改善生產廠房/工業經營的安全設計或風險管理之人士,包括石油化工、電力、鐵路、航空等高危行業從業員。

講師:

蔡明曉
台灣國際造船公司公股代表董事、經濟部所屬事業工安督導小組委員、經濟部/環保署/工業局顧問
  經歷: 台灣科技大學化工系(所)前兼任教授、台灣中油公司前董事及科技顧問
  專長: 石化/煉油業製程安全管理及技術、製程電腦控制
  學歷: 美國新澤西理工大學博士、台灣大學化學工程系

李文亮
中山醫學大學職業安全衛生學系副教授、中華民國職業衛生學會秘書長
  經歷: 台灣積體電路公司風險管理處部經理
  專長: 企業危機處理與風險管理、光電半導體風險分析
  學歷: 美國密西根州立大學博士

王振華
高雄第一科技大學環境與安全衛生工程系(所)副教授
  經歷: 工業技術研究院環境與安全衛生技術發展中心經理
  專長: 設備完整性、電腦化維修管理、機械安全和可靠度工程、儀控系統量化風險分析、設備延長開放評估
  學歷: 美國辛辛那堤大學機械工程博士

謝明宏
中臺科技大學環境與安全衛生工程系/ 安全與防災科技研究所副教授
  專長: 高科產業損害防阻管理、企業風險管理、防火防爆工程、消防安全工程、風險危害評估
  學歷: 清華大學化學博士

課程資料:

日期及時間: 2014年4月15(星期二)及16日(星期三)早上九時至下午六時半
地點: 九龍尖沙咀麼地道好時中心2樓 230室 社會資源拓展學院
授課語言: 普通話 (輔以英文名詞)
講義: 中文或英文
課程對象: 有意改善生產廠房/工業經營的安全設計或風險管理之人士,尤其是石油化工、電力、鐵路、航空等高危行業從業員
教學方法: 課堂教授,經驗分享及實例演練
預期成效:  ● 認識石化製程安全管理法規
 ● 瞭解不同風險評估工具
 ● 提昇生產安全知識
入讀資格: 大專程度或持有工程相關專業資格
費用:
(包括講義及簡單茶點)
 ● 主辦機構會員: HK$ 3,200
 ● 協辦或支持機構會員: HK$ 3,400
 ● 一般參加者: HK$ 3,600
報名: 填妥報名表格並電郵至 jasper.chan@towngas.com;成功申請者將獲個別通知
截止報名日期: 2014 年 4 月 4 日 (額滿即止)
證書: 課程末段設有考核,通過者將獲頒畢業證書
留位及報名查詢: 6078 9249 (陳子立先生)


備註:

課程末段設有考核,通過者將獲頒畢業證書


報名:

請於2014 年 4 月 4 日前填妥報名表格並電郵至 jasper.chan@towngas.com;成功申請者將獲個別通知(額滿即止)

 

留位及報名查詢請致電陳子立先生(6078 9249)

 


課程綱要及主要內容:

課程綱要及主要內容 本課程由4位來自台灣之資深教授授課,以美國職業安全衛生署(OSHA)的石化製程安全管理法規(Process Safety Management)之14項稽查項目(製程安全信息、製程危害分析、變更管理、啟動前安全檢查、操作程式、教育訓練、機械/設備完整性、動火作業許可證、承包商管理、應急計劃與應變、事故調查、商業機密、符合性審核、員工參與)為基礎,講解工業製程安全管理的稽查項目,並強化風險評估基本認知(如PHA、HAZOP等),藉此找出製程安全缺失並加以改善,以避免災害及減少損失。

 

PSM 廣泛應用於石油化工行業、生產廠房或其他行業等,歐美、中國及東南亞國家亦普遍採用。PSM可以協助作業人員確實依工作場所相關製程危害資訊發掘重大潛在危害,實施製程安全評估並採取必要之危害控制對策,系統化地辨識潛在危害,評估災害預防與應變能力,以提昇整體生產安全。

 

日期

時間

主要內容



15/4
(二)

0900-0930

報到、始業式

0930-1120

工業化學製程安全管理概述

1120-1140

休息

1140-1230

美國及台灣推動製程安全管理實務經驗談

1230-1430

午餐

1430-1600

製程危害分析介紹(如PHA、HAZOP等)

1600-1620

休息

1620-1740

製程危害分析實例演練

1740-1830

承攬商管理實務



16/4
(三)

0900-1050

機械/設備完整性的意義與簡介

1050-1110

休息

1110-1300

機械/設備完整性系統管理實務

1300-1400

午餐

1400-1550

製程變更管理與緊急應變介紹

1550-1610

休息

1610-1800

製程變更管理與緊急應變實務

1800-1830

簡短考核及綜合討論


* 課程內容可能有所改動而不另作通知

 

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Nuclear Safety and Risk Seminar on Three Years After Fukushima, What Lessons were Learnt?



Date:

07 March 2014 (Friday)

Time:

6:15 pm - 8:00 pm

Venue:

Room 3508, 3/F., Academic 2 Building, City University of Hong Kong

Venue
(Click to enlarge)

Speaker:

Mr Akiyoshi Obonai
Deputy General Manager, Tohoku Electric Power Company
Chief Nuclear Reactor Engineer, Chief Electrical Engineer, Chief Turbine Engineer Professional Engineer (Nuclear and Radiation), Japan
 

Abstract:

  1. The response of Onagawa NPS to the 3/11 earthquake
    On, March 11, a massive earthquake occurred at 2:46 p.m. Japan standard time, and the epicenter was about 130km off the Pacific Ocean from the Oshika peninsula where Onagawa NPS is located. Discussion will be made on primary factors that Onagawa NPS reached a state of cold shut down, even though it suffered the highest ground acceleration and tsunami which was comparable to that of Fukushima Daiichi NPS.
     
  2. New safety countermeasure of Onagawa NPS
    Detailed evaluation of 3/11/11 earthquakes and tsunamis conducted, appropriate countermeasure: further seismic reinforcement and construction of high levee (about 29m above sea level) will be taken. Additional upgrades for severe accident, i.e. Filtered Containment Vessel System, and alternative decay heat removable system.
     
  3. Our life after Fukushima accident
    Japanese attitude toward nuclear energy has changed drastically since the accident of Fukushima Daiichi. Opposition for nuclear power has come to account for the majority and the pros and cons of nuclear power have been discussed by many people. Currently, all nuclear power plants (more than 50 units) remain stopped, and the Japanese government is not yet able to determine the principle of energy policy. However, the energy self sufficiency of Japan is very low (about 4%), and the renewable energy is very unstable. Where should we go?


Registration:

For free registration, please send your name, affiliation and membership number (if available) to seoffice@cityu.edu.hk with email subject indicating “Three Years After Fukushima, What Lessons were Learnt?” on a first-come-first-served basis.


For enquiries, please contact Ms Vivian LEE (email: seoffice@cityu.edu.hk)


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Co-organisers:


 

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The 2nd Asian Nuclear Power Briefing



Date:

17-19 February 2014 (Monday - Wednesday)

Venue:

Hamarikyu Ballroom, Tokyo, Japan

Introduction:

Strategic Communications is delighted to announce the scheduling of the 2nd Asian Nuclear Power Briefing 2014 in Tokyo from 17-19 February 2014.  Once again, it is very pleased and honoured to have Lady Barbara Judge, CBE, Chairman Emeritus, UK Atomic Energy Authority Chairman, The Energy Institute of UCL and Deputy Chairman of the TEPCO Nuclear Reform Monitoring Committee chair the 2 day briefing.  Strategic Communications is also pleased to be working in collaboration with TEPCO.

This is a very special briefing as it will not only feature the latest updates and insight into Japan's nuclear power industry looking at Fukushima and worldwide safety standards, the 2 day briefing will also give a regional update of positive nuclear power development in Asia.

Our recently held 2nd European Nuclear Power Briefing in Budapest was insightful providing participants an unbiased platform to meet, network and discuss key issues that are both topical and relevant.

This is your opportunity to shape the agenda for our Asian nuclear power briefing to be held in Tokyo in February 2014.

Almost 3 years on from Fukushima’s disaster which left countries reconsidering their nuclear power options as part of its energy mix, the 2nd Asian Nuclear Power Briefing 2014 will take a pragmatic overview of the current global nuclear power scene, particularly in Asia and thoughts about where the industry is headed. Issues addressed at the 2 day briefing will include:

  1. Safety standards
  2. Decommissioning
  3. Policies and issues that governments have to face when determining what role nuclear power will play in its energy mix?
  4. Relevance of international investors and stakeholders when considering financing options
  5. Energy security and sustainability
  6. Rebuilding public confidence in nuclear power as a safe and sustainable source of energy
  7. Identifying innovative technology for nuclear power
  8. Latest on thorium
  9. Climate change
Erratic and constant rising prices in oil and gas and the ever increasing threat to its regular and uninterrupted supply shows that nuclear power is still very much a part of the future of a effective Asian energy mix. Despite Fukushima and the subsequent public unease, the original drivers behind continued nuclear power development remain the same – climate change, energy security, safety and a growing shortage of a sustainable and reliable energy source continue to demand solutions.

There are currently 49 reactors under construction in Asia with another 100 planned and a further 221 proposed. Globally, 75% of all nuclear new build are located in Asia, with the greatest growth in nuclear generation expected in China, South Korea and India.

 

Speaker:

Briefing Chairman:

Lady Barbara Judge, CBE
Chairman Emeritus, UK Atomic Energy Authority
Chairman, The Energy Institute of UCL and
Deputy Chairman of the TEPCO Nuclear Reform Monitoring Committee
 

Opening Keynote Address:

Hironori Nakanishi
Director-General, Energy and Technology Policy
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
 

Keynote Address:

Naomi Hirose
President, TEPCO
 

Panel of Industry Experts:

Nobuo Tanaka
Global Associate for Energy Security and Sustainability, Institute of Energy
Economics, Japan, Distinguished Fellow, Center for Global Energy Policy, SIPA, Columbia
University, Professor, Graduate School of Public Policy, The University of Tokyo

Hidetoshi Takehara

President, Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy

Vaclav Bartuska

Ambassador-At-Large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic

Réka Szemerkényi
Chief Foreign and Security Policy Advisor, Prime Minister's Office, Hungary

Dainius Kamaitis
Ambassador-At-Large, Nuclear Energy Policy Issues, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania

Necati Yamaç

Nuclear Projects Implementation Department Director, Turkish Ministry of Energy

Dr Fang Chao
Associate Professor, Institute of Nuclear and New Energy Technology, Tsinghua University

Jeremy Gordon
Head of Information Management, World Nuclear Association

Gerry Thomas
Professor of Molecular Pathology Department of Surgery and Cancer, Imperial College London

Hiroaki Ishigaki
Tokyo Office Head/Vice President, NERA Economic Consulting

George Borovas
Partner and Head of International Nuclear Projects, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
 

Program:

Please refer to the leaflet for the details of the program.


Registration:

Package
Before 15 Jan 2014
After 15 Jan 2014
Full Briefing Registration Package
(incl – 2 day briefing, Official Briefing Dinner, Site Visit)
US$ 2200.00
US$ 2500.00
2 day briefing only
US$ 2000.00
US$ 2300.00
Official Briefing Dinner
US$ 150.00
US$ 150.00
Post Briefing Site Visit (19 February 2014)
US$ 100.00
US$ 100.00

Members of HKNS can enjoy a 15% DISCOUNT.
(Registration Fees are inclusive of 2 day briefings, all coffee breaks and access to the 2 day briefings presentations)

Post Briefing Site Visit on 19 February 2014 will be limited to only 30 participants, PLEASE register early to avoid disappointment. Transport to and from the site visits and lunch will be Included.

Please click the link below for the details of registration:
http://www.stratcoms.com/asiannuclearbriefing/fees.html

For enquiries, please contact the organizer via:
http://www.stratcoms.com/asiannuclearbriefing/contact.html


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