International Industry Forum ATOMEXPO  •  June 26-28, 2013

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The International Industrial Forum ATOMEXPO 2013 on 26 June, 2013, hosted a plenary meeting attended by Russian and international representatives.


The plenary meeting was moderated by Durica Tankosic, Vice-president of WorleyParsons. Participants in the discussion included Aleksandr Bychkov, Deputy General Director, IAEA, Agneta Rising, Director General, World Nuclear Association, Kirill Komarov, Deputy General Director for Development and International Business, Rosatom State Corporation, Christophe Beart, Department Director, Commissariat for Nuclear Power and Alternative Energy Sources of France, Luc Ourcel, President and CEO, Areva, Peter Faross, Deputy Director General, European Commission’s Energy Department, Takuya Hattori, President, Japanese Atomic Industrial Forum, Lawrie Haynes, Marine and Nuclear President, Rolls-Roys, Yu Pegen, Deputy General Director, China Nuclear Energy Industry Corporation.



Established nuclear industry experts from 42 countries discussed the development vector of the world nuclear power industry. The major international discussion was noted for the importance and urgency of the topics it discussed.


The discussion was met with a lively interest from both the industry representatives and mass media. 397 delegates could express their opinion on the most vital topics by voting. 34% of the audience called fast neutron reactors with NFC ring closure the technological vector in the nuclear industry development of the 21st century. 42% called the high-tech multiplication effect the advantage of the fast nuclear industry development. 72% called China and India the growth points in the world nuclear power of the 21st century.


Voting results have been communicated to the IAEA International Conference.


ATOMEXPO Press Service