Africa Energy Indaba to showcase Advanced Nuclear Technologies

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  • The upcoming Africa Energy Indaba is set to be a ground-breaking event as it shines a spotlight on cutting-edge Advanced Nuclear Technologies and their potential to shape the continent’s energy landscape.
  • The Nuclear Forum scheduled for 7 March 2024, will bring together global leaders, industry experts, and policymakers to delve into the latest developments in nuclear power, emphasising its potential for sustainable and reliable energy solutions.
Key issues to be discussed at the Nuclear Forum include:
  • Nuclear Regulation of a New Build Programme
  • Necsa’s Role in South Africa’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
  • The World’s Response to Nuclear Energy at COP28
  • Establishing and Growing a Local Nuclear Industry Supply Chain
  • The World’s Response to Nuclear Energy at COP
  • 8Developments and the Deployment of SMRs for Africa
  • The Value Proposition of Nuclear Power for Africa

Join the Nuclear Forum as they usher in a new era of sustainable, safe, & reliable energy through the exploration of Advanced Nuclear Technologies. Together, we pave the way for a brighter & cleaner future for the African continent.

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