International Training Course
Successful Nuclear Energy Project Development: Planning Financing and Building Nuclear Power Plants
10th – 12th April 2017, Jakarta, Indonesia
Nuclear energy projects must navigate a range of complex industrial, technological, regulatory, financial, economic and planning issues. Using a mixture of presentations and real-world practical case studies this 3 day exclusive Successful Nuclear Energy Project Development training course will familiarise participants with each step of the lifecycle of a nuclear power station build and its supporting nuclear infrastructure requirements.
Focussing on real-world planning, financing, business and economic issues, the course will examine how reactor procurements are actually undertaken and discuss the industry terminology used, key business issues, business models and global reactor vendor offers, as well as the major consulting, equipment supply, equipment qualification and service groupings that a developer might purchase during a typical nuclear power plant construction project. The course will explain different options for how spent fuel and radioactive waste can be successfully managed and commercial pricing and disposal strategies.
4th European Nuclear Power Briefing
25th – 26th October 2016, London, UK
Working with our partner Strategic Communications and hosted by KPMG, Jackson Associates will attend the 4th European Nuclear Power Briefing. This two day event will be Chaired by Lady Barbara Judge CBE, Chairman of The Energy Institute, University College London, Deputy Chairman of the TEPCO Nuclear Reform Monitoring Committee in Japan, and Chairman Emeritus of the UK Atomic Energy Authority.
The 4th European Nuclear Power Briefing 2016 will take a realistic view of where the current global nuclear power industry is, it’s fast changing energy landscape and where nuclear power stands as part of the future global energy mix. The briefing will address the challenges, finance options, improving public acceptance and understanding, innovative reactor technology and the continued opportunities to be had in investing investing and developing nuclear new build.