WORLD NUCLEAR EXHIBITION 2023 : the world’s largest civil nuclear exhibition
United Arab Emirates, November 2nd, 2023 – The next edition of the World Nuclear Exhibition will take place in Paris, from November 28th to November 30th. This fifth edition of the largest civil nuclear exhibition and must-attend event, promises to etch its name in history. Anticipated to host more than 650 exhibitors and attract 20,000 participants from over 76 countries over the span of 3 days.
As an international platform for the civil nuclear industry, WNE is set once again convene leaders of the industry from across the globefrom all over the world. Already, representatives from more than 17 nations, representing key nuclear players worldwide, are uniting their exhibitors under national pavilions. Countries like China, Canada, South Korea, Japan, the Czech Republic, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and France are among the participating nations.
Considering today’s climate and energy challenges, the theme for this 5th edition of WNE is aptly named as “Connecting Nuclear to the World: Rising to the energy and environmental challenges”.
The ambition is to bring this theme to life at WNE in 2023.
Over the course of 3 days Decision-makers, Industrials Experts and thought leaders will dwelve into various aspects of this theme, including:
- New Nuclear Projects : Getting Ready for Serial Production
- Advancing Nuclear Industry through Territorial Development and Digitalization
- Multiplying Benefits for Society: Nuclear for Healthcare, Hydrogen and Heat Production
- Building a Diverse Pool of Talents for Nuclear Industry’s Success
- Prospects and Challenges of the SMR and AMR Technologies
The UAE’s nuclear program has benefited greatly from France’s rich tradition of nuclear expertise. This collaboration has resulted in technological improvements, safety protocols, and operational excellence. It’s no surprise that the UAE leads the way in the Middle East in terms of clean and sustainable energy, as seen by the Barakah Nuclear Power Plant. This highlights the country’s commitment as well as its significant role in advancing the nuclear industry within the context of the larger energy scene.