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International Nuclear Conference
Nuclear Energy on Liberalized Energy Markets. Technology, Financing, Planning
Location:

26-27 March, 2015
Sofia, Hotel Sheraton


Date
26
03.2015



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The Bulgarian Energy & Mining Forum, in cooperation with
the Institute for Energy Management and Kozloduy NPP

and with the financial support of
    and  

organize

International Nuclear Conference
Nuclear Energy on Liberalized Energy Markets:
Technology, Financing, Planning

26-27 March, 2015
Sofia, Hotel Sheraton

under the auspices of
Mrs. Temenushka Petkova, Minister of energy of Bulgaria

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Agenda (draft as per 28 January 2015)

26 March 2015

13:00 – 13:30 Registration & coffee

13:30 Opening
Ivan Hinovski, Chairman, Bulgarian Energy & Mining Forum
Tomislav Donchev, Vice Prime Minister of Republic of Bulgaria
Temenushka Petkova, Minister of Energy, Bulgaria,
Bulgarian strategy for future development of nuclear energy

14:00 – 15:30  Panel 1: International and national energy policy considerations and the nuclear option
Moderator: Slavcho Neykov, Energy policy expert  

Keynotes :
Bogomil Manchev, Chairman, Bulatom, Bulgaria - Bulgarian nuclear energy – necessity and possible ways for development
Andrzej Blach, CMS-CMCK, UK - Recent developments in the Polish nuclear new built project,
Kostadin Sirleshtov, CMS-CMCK, Bulgaria - The feasible steps for development of the Bulgarian nuclear industry
Discussion                   

15:30 Coffee break

16:00 – 18:30 Panel 2: Nuclear technologies, development strategies and projects.
Moderator: Vladimir Uruchev, MP, European Parliament

Keynotes:
Prof. Francesco А’Auria, University of Pisa, Italy - A New Vision for Nuclear Reactor Safety of the Future Projects
Representative of NuGen (Toshiba / Westinghouse)
Mr. Wang Zhongtang, Chief Engineer of State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation of China
China’s Nuclear Power Development - Invited speakers from ASE (Russia), AREVA, Finland, Turkey, South Korea (TBC)                
Discussion

18:30 Cocktail

27 March 2015

9:30 – 11:30   Panel 3: Financing nuclear projects today: options and challenges. 
Moderator: Krassen Stanchev and Valentin NIkolov

Keynotes:
Robert Lane, Member of the Managing Board of Nuclear Industry Association, UK - Financial structuring of new nuclear build in UK
Ilian Vassilev Amb., Managing partner, Innovative Energy Solutions Ltd., Bulgaria - Problems related to financial structuring of new nuclear build in South East Europe
Discussion

12:00 Closing the Conference and discussion on a memo

*Working language is English; no simultaneous translation will be available
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The participation fee is 240 euro per participant, with VAT included which cover all mentioned above, which covers all conference expenses, coffee breaks, the cocktail and copy of all presentations.
There is 20% discount of the participation fee for early registration until 30 December 2014
Representatives of diplomatic bodies accredited in countries members of EU, state administration and invited guests are exempt of payment fee.

The fee is to be paid through bank transfer to the account of the organizer.

Bulgarian energy & mining forum:
UniCredit Bulbank, Branch Sveta Negelya,
BIC: UNCRBGSF
IBAN: BG71UNCR96601075968604

The invoices could be provided by courier after payment on the address or to be handed over  on place during the event

All questions about the participation of guests and their accompanying persons could be forwarded to the next e-mails:  office@bulenergo.com, bulenergo@gmail.com on both English or Bulgarian languages;

Please, send the current form completed with copy of the bank transfer order to one of the mentioned e-mail addresses.

Any current information related to the event can be asked also by tel/fax:  +359 2/98 98 950, or on mobile +359888522776


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