Nuclear Power Plants and Nuclear Waste Management

4.9.2018 18:14:31

As Karben Bentonite, we participated in the 5th International Nuclear Power Plants Summit and Nuclear Waste Management Fair in line with our continuous research and development vision. We are proud host more than expected number of visitors at our stand during the fair. During the fair, sharing information with national and international companies opened new horizons for us.

The 5th International Nuclear Power Plants Summit and Fair, organized by the Nuclear Engineers Society, opened its doors at the Pullman Istanbul Convention Center on 6 March 2018. The Summit, which is the largest nuclear event of Turkey, Africa and the Middle East, hosted thousands of local and foreign visitors.

The Summit, where nearly 100 companies from the counties leading the nuclear industry such as South Korea, France, Germany, Russia, Japan, China and Finland, meet with Turkish companies, contributes to the development of new business collaborations and sharing information about the latest technological developments.

The Summit started with the openings speeches of Dr. Erol Çubukçu, President of the Nuclear Engineers Society and President of the International Nuclear Power Plants Summit and Fair, Jonathan Cobb, Senior Communication Manager of the World Nuclear Association, Henri Paillere, Chairman of the OECD Nuclear Development Unit and Aykut Tor, Project Coordinator Nuclear Business, Renaissance Heavy Industries.

NUCLEAR ENERGY IS THE PRECONDITION OF HAVING A SAY IN THE WORLD ECONOMY

In his opening speech. Dr. Erol Çubukçu said, “We are a group of colleagues who have supported the nuclear energy projects and worked with our entire power even when the nuclear power plant projects were not spoken in our country.” Çubukçu stated that they aimed Turkey to get rid of being dependent on foreign energy and to be an exporter in nuclear energy with the planned nuclear power plant projects, and he emphasized  that having a say in the world economy depended on investing in nuclear energy.  Çubukcu, who stated that getting a share from the rapidly growing nuclear industry with more than 100 new reactors planned to be established all over the world would have a doping effect on the Turkish economy, and commented that Turkish companies could take part in nuclear power plant projects as suppliers in the first stages.

TURKISH COMPANIES CAN TAKE 90% SHARE FROM THE CONSTRUCTION OF AKKUYU NPP

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