On 14-17 June 2011 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Charlotte, North Carolina, Nuclear Energy Insider will host an unrivalled nuclear power gathering over 4-days.
Leading utilities and owners from across the USA will gather to discuss ways to boost their ROIs and increase profit margins on future nuclear projects by improving efficiencies on all future plans. The two meetings are expected to attract around 500 senior level executives across the 4 days.
The 2nd Annual Nuclear Supply Chain Conference (www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/nsc) will take place on 14-15 June and will bring together the nuclear supply chain in order to help them mobilize an efficient supply chain which meets the demands of the complex and varied nuclear projects that the US has to offer. With confirmed presentations from the directors of the NRC, Entergy and Duke Energy as well as insight from senior level decision makers of Exelon, Shaw, AREVA and URS the meeting is guaranteed to supply you with all of the critical information and contacts you need to enter this lucrative market.
The 2nd Annual Nuclear Power Uprate Conference (www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/uprate) will take place on 16-17 June and will help the industry to understand current regulatory, licensing and technical challenges surrounding power uprates to master project execution. With confirmed presentations from the NRC, Exelon, Entergy, Progress Energy, American Electric Power, TVA, CENG, FirstEnergy and AmerenUE, the meeting promises to supply your business with the critical intelligence and tools you need to tackle power uprate challenges.
This exceptional 4-day meeting will be supported by the Carolina’s Nuclear Cluster who aim to strengthen the workforce, services, products, and policies to capture and extend Carolina’s global leadership in nuclear energy capabilities.
2nd Annual Nuclear Supply Chain Conference (14-15 June, Charlotte, NC, 2011) - www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/nsc
2nd Annual Nuclear Power Uprate Conference (16-17 June, Charlotte, NC, 2011) - www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/uprate
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Nuclear Energy Insider
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