04.04.2019  Communications Department of Rosenergoatom

The WANO and the Rosenergoatom Joint-Stock Company are holding a ‘round table’ on the topic of safe and reliable NPP operation as a part of ATOMEXPO-2019

The World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) and the Rosenergoatom Joint-Stock Company (a part of the Electric Power Division of Rosatom) are holding a ‘round table’ on the topic called ‘Building the safe future together’ as a part of the XI International Forum ATOMEXPO-2019 taking place on April 15-16 in Sochi.

The main topics for discussion are different aspects of safe and reliable NPP operation, professional leadership, and supporting the countries that are novices to the nuclear power.

The keynote speakers are:
  • Peter Prozesky – Chief Executive Officer, WANO,
  • Yaroslav Golubets – Chairman of the Managing Board at the Moscow office of the WANO, a member of the ‘Slovak Power Stations’ company board of directors,
  • Jeff Bramblett – Director of Operations at the Atlanta office of the WANO,
  • Ramdas Bhattacharya – Executive Senior Counsellor at the Tokyo office of the WANO,
  • Alex Polyakov – Director of technical support at the London office of the WANO.

Oleg Chernikov, First Deputy Director of NPP production and operation at the Rosenergoatom Joint-Stock Company, will also deliver his speech on ‘The value of the WANO’ during the forum.

The round table will take place on April 16, 2019, at 1:30 – 3:30 pm at the ‘Yellow Hall’ of the Main Media Hall.

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The ATOMEXPO Forum is a Rosatom initiative held annually, and it has proven to be the largest international exhibition and business meeting point where the current state of nuclear power industry is discussed and its development trends are set. The participation in the Forum fosters business interests of the Rosatom State Corporation and its divisions and subsidiaries at the global nuclear market.

Rosenergoatom  JSC is the leading enterprise of the Electric Energy Division of Rosatom State Corporation, the leader in electric energy generation both in Russia and abroad. It is the largest generating company in Russia and the 2nd largest in the world in terms of the volume of nuclear generating capacity. The Concern includes all 10 Russian nuclear power plants, which grant the status of branches, as well as enterprises that support the activities of the generating company. In total, 35 power units with a total installed capacity of 27.9 GW are operated at 10 Russian nuclear power plants. At present, the nuclear power plants of Russia produce about 18.3% of the total electric energy in the country.

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