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Last updated: 20 Oct, 2015  

UBM India Successfully Concludes India Nuclear Energy 2015

PR Newswire | 20 Oct, 2015
MUMBAI: India Nuclear Energy 2015 (15th-16th Oct), the annual nuclear show hosted by UBM India, concluded successfully in Mumbai. India Nuclear Energy 2015, India's premier and only largest civil nuclear energy event, is regarded as an integral part of the power industry in India by the associations and industry at large.
The inauguration of India Nuclear Energy 2015 was represented by Chief Guest Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State, Atomic Energy, Prime Minister's Office, Government of India and Government and Industry dignitaries like Dr. R K Sinha, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commissions, Mr. S.K. Malhotra, Head-Public Awareness Division, Department of Atomic Energy, Ms. Natalia Kudryashova, First Secretary (Political), Embassy of the Russian Federation in the Republic of India, Mr. Yves Perrin, Consul General, Government of France, Mr. Stefano Monti, Section Head, Nuclear Power Technology Development | Division of Nuclear Power | Department of Nuclear Energy International Atomic Energy Agency, Mr. Suresh Gangotra, Outstanding Scientist & Head, Safeguards, Safety and Security Division, Department of Atomic Energy.

Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State, Atomic Energy, Prime Minister's Office, Government of India reiterated the fact that India has not only elevated to a great extent in nuclear energy but also managed to live up to the commitment of discovery in peaceful applications of Nuclear Energy, while taking a lead over other nations in nuclear energy programmes.

Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Acting Managing Director, UBM India said, "Over the last decade, there has been increased recognition in terms of energy security and energy production that civil nuclear power could play. The disastrous effect on climate by the use of fossil fuels, their exhaustible nature and the absence of any other alternative that could satisfy the fast growing energy needs of the world striving to achieve economic growth have pushed the policy of use of nuclear energy. India too has taken a similar decision."

Over 70 exhibitors including country pavilions from Canada, Russia and France showcased latest offerings and technologies including innovations, system optimizations, maintenance, and condition monitoring equipment from industry suppliers for the civil nuclear industry.

The summit brought together senior nuclear professionals from DAE, NPCIL, IAEA and other private companies from the civil nuclear space. Apart from the seminars over the two day show, the 7th edition was marked by 'B2B meeting services' which gave an industry platform to the fraternity to interact, collaborate and conduct business. 

About UBM India:

UBM India is India's leading exhibition organizer that provides the industry with platforms that bring together buyers and sellers from around the world, through a portfolio of exhibitions, content led conferences & seminars. UBM India hosts over 25 large scale exhibitions and 40 conferences across the country every year; thereby enabling trade across multiple industry verticals. A UBM Asia Company, UBM India has offices across Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai. UBM Asia is owned by UBM plc which is listed on the London Stock Exchange. UBM Asia is the leading exhibition organizer in Asia and the biggest commercial organizer in mainland China, India and Malaysia. For further details, please visit .

Media Contact:

Jinesh Zaveri
Mutual PR

Priya Badshah
+91 22 61727000
UBM India

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