Invitation Letter

Asia Pacific Nuclear Energy Congress 2013 (ANEC 2013) will be held in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia on 5th-6th December, 2013. ANEC 2013 focuses global Emerging Nuclear Market, such as Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, India, Turkey and Pakistan nuclear energy markets. Malaysia Radiation Protection Association (MARPA) has been ANEC’s endorser. ANEC mainly discusses topics that attract most attention, such as nuclear power development policy and regulation in global emerging nuclear energy markets, nuclear energy development strategy and planning, nuclear technology, finance and legal environment, NPP feasibility analysis, etc. ANEC 2013 will gather top leaders from governments, research institutes, power companies, NPP operators, NSSS, EPC companies, consulting companies, investing banks, legal firms, and much more!

Southeast Asia's strong economic growth in recent decades is expected to require increasing amounts of energy as well as the corresponding capital investments. Although Southeast Asia currently does not have working nuclear power plants, most countries plan to develop nuclear power in the coming years. Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam plan to build nuclear power plants in the next decade.

· Vietnam Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Vuong Huu Tan has assured the public that his country is monitoring the situation in Japan closely. He has pledged to use “advanced nuclear power technology” for the eight nuclear plants. Vietnam is currently planning on building.

· Indonesia, despite suffering the impact of a devastating tsunami in 2004, still plans to get 4 percent of its energy from nuclear sources by 2025.

· A spokesperson for the Thai government, which plans to build five nuclear plants by 2025, has said that the situation in Japan “raises some concerns” but was quick to note that “these concerns are not new.”

India has a flourishing and largely indigenous nuclear power program and expects to have 14,600 MWe nuclear capacities on line by 2020. It aims to supply 25% of electricity from nuclear power by 2050.

We look forward to welcoming you in October!

Conference Manager
Organizing Committee of Asia Pacific Nuclear Energy Congress


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