On 19th of June the IX International Forum ATOMEXPO 2017 of ROSATOM frames the round-table session «Investing in the future: choosing the strongest». Its participants will discuss economic effect from NPP construction projects abroad, best practices in investment strategies and financing of nuclear facilities as well as principles of implementation of NPP construction projects overseas.
It is expected that the round-table session will be attended by Kirill Komarov, First Deputy Director General for Corporate Development and International Business, ROSATOM; Iliya Rebrov, Director for Economic and Finance, ROSATOM; Minna Forsstr?m, Fennovoima Oy Project Director; Emin Askerov, Deputy General Director - Director for Development and International Business of JSC OTEK; Anastasia Zoteyeva, CEO of JSC Rusatom Energy International and others. Mikhail Kulikov, McKinsey & Company, Inc. Partner, will moderate the discussion.
The round-table session will be divided into two parts. The first part will be devoted to NPP construction projects abroad (including ROSATOM’s overseas projects like Hanhikivi-1 in Finland etc.). The second part will be on renewables, including the pilot project of wind farm of 610 MW in Russia.
Location: Moscow, Gostiny Dvor (4 Ilyinka St.), Conference Hall No. 3. The session starts at 09:00.
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The International Forum ATOMEXPO is held annually on the initiative of ROSATOM and has proven itself as the largest international exhibition and conference venue where current state of nuclear sector is discussed and its further development trends are formed. This year the main topic of the Forum is “Nuclear technologies: safety, ecology, stability”. The business program of ATOMEXPO 2017 will be supplemented by a comprehensive exhibition listing more than 90 leading nuclear companies of the world who will demonstrate their high-tech solutions and products. The Russian nuclear sector will be represented by more than 40 companies of ROSATOM, including Rosenergoatom, Fuel Company of ROSATOM TVEL, Atomenergomash, ASE Group of Companies, RASU PJSC, Uranium Holding ARMZ, PA Mayak, MCC, Techsnabexport, Rusatom Overseas, and Rusatom Healthcare. Also, leading foreign companies and organizations will display their achievements: the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (France), Rolls-Royce (UK), China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC, China), NAK Kazatomprom (Kazakhstan), AREVA NP and Schneider Electric (both companies are from France), L-3 MAPPS (Canada), TAIM WESER (Spain), Fortum (Finland), and companies from South Korea, Turkey, Slovak Republic, Italy and other countries. In 2016 the event was visited by more than 5,000 people from 55 countries setting a record in the Forum’s history. Representatives of 650 companies and organizations became participants of the business program. The economic potential of agreements and memoranda signed at ATOMEXPO 2016 is estimated at US $10 Billion.