Platts Nuclear Power: Opportunities for Growth & Investment in Europe, 8-9 May 2006, Paris, France

12 February 2006

There is a renewed interest in nuclear power as a secure, reliable and low-emission energy source and as a natural hedge against the environmental costs of fossil fuels. Investment opportunities in nuclear power have never been more promising – but the challenges are daunting.

The format of this summit-style event combines keynote presentations and high-level panel discussions. Thought leaders from industry and government will debate the most pertinent topics of the day, including:

  • Pan-European Policy on nuclear power — effects on the markets
  • Commercial benefits and challenges of new nuclear build
  • Attracting investment for nuclear power projects
  • Trends in deal finance and M&A in the nuclear sector
  • Where is new nuclear likely to be built?

Target audience

This conference is designed for executives in the European nuclear power industry including those responsible for new business development, government and regulatory affairs, finance, risk analysis, operations, strategy, decommissioning, fuel management and forecasting. Participants will include executives from the leading nuclear power producers, financiers, and representatives of European regulatory agencies and industry associations — as well as voices opposed to a nuclear resurgence.

Platts welcomes suggestions for speakers and sponsors – simply contact Kathryn Hingston on +44 20 7176 6220 or email kathryn_hingston@platts.com to be considered as a speaker or sponsor.

For further information or to register, please visit www-platts-com-events-eno-index-html.



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