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Grand Hotel
Union Business
Miklosiceva 1
1000 Ljubljana
SLOVENIA

November
15-16
2012

Venue

The goal of the Workshop REMOO–2012 (Regional Energy Mix and Outlook Options) is to provide an international forum to present, review and discuss the update of the current energy status and outlook for the near future of the South–Eastern European Region and beyond, together with general energy dilemmas, contemporary issues of energy supply and investments in the energy mix as well as possible technical and economical options for sustainable development with the 2012 theme of Nuclear Energy Development and New Build Prospects.’

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General
Information

Opening and welcome ceremony started at 08:30 on November 15th

In the heart of Ljubljana, Grand Hotel Union Business is located in the city centre, and in convenient distance to major historical and cultural attractions. Located a stone's throw away from Ljubljanica river, the main square and the famous Three Bridges, the hotel is within easy walking distance of markets, trendy cafes, restaurants, designer boutiques, rich cultural attractions and the capital’s business district.

Programme
Committee

Agenda

AGENDA

(Director INKO Consulting, Slovenia)  Co-Chair
(Professor Faculty El. Engng. and Computing, University Zagreb, Croatia)  Co-Chair

(Deputy Director General WNA – World Nuclear Association, United Kingdom)
(Manager Business Development EMEA Region Westinghouse, Sweden)
(Director SNSA – Slovenian Nuclear Safety Administration
and former Chairman ENSREG – European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group)
(Director GEN-energija – Slovenian Producer of Electricity, Slovenia)
(President Management Board NEK – Nuclear Power Plant Krsko, Slovenia)

jointly with

Topics and
Sessions

November 15th:

Only invited lectures organized in eight Sessions (Programme) discussed following eleven Topics (Agenda):

City
Information

Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia and its largest city. It is located in the centre of the country in the Ljubljana Basin, between the Alps and the Karst. and is a mid-sized city of some 270,000 inhabitants. Throughout its history, it has been influenced by its geographic position at the crossroads of the Slavic world with the Germanic and Latin cultures.

Ljubljana's climate is Oceanic, with continental characteristics such as warm summers and moderately cold winters. The city is known for its fog, which is recorded on average on 64 days per year, mostly in autumn and winter. The average daily temperature in November is between 2 and 8 grad C. Ljubljana lies in the Central European Time zone (GMT+1).

Tea BILIC–ZABRIC
Nikola CAVLINA

Stephen W. KIDD
Andreas FRISTEDT–ABLAD
Andrej STRITAR

Martin NOVSAK
Stane ROZMAN

(Vice President ICO South-East Europe AREVA NP, Germany)  Chair

Zoran V. STOSIC

Programme

PROGRAMME

Under
Support

Organiser

November 16th:

The aftermath of Tohoku earthquake and tsunami which caused the accident with core meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station is present not only in Japan but worldwide. The state of affairs in the global energy sector is affected with consequences which may be lasting for decades. These effects were objectives of a 2 days international Workshop dealing not with the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi itself, but rather with the worldwide consequences. Related issues have been subject of invited lectures that were presented by distinguished speakers from authorities, utilities, industry and regulatory commissions.

Speakers

List of SPEAKERS

VENUE and Accommodation

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Fukushima Daiichi Accident – Causes
Environmental Damage, Social and Economic Effects
Role of the Media, Public Communication and Opinion
Authorities’ Actions
Nuclear Power
Phase-Out and Attitude Towards New Builds

Response and Commitments of Nuclear Industry
Enhancement of Protective Measures Regarding Unexpected Events
Energy Sector
Nuclear Drivers and Sustainability of Energy Mix
Current Status and Prospects of Nuclear Technologies

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The Workshop ended at 19:00 on November 16th

The official language was English

Registration and information desk was located in the lobby of the hotel

The presentations are being made available for registered participants after the Workshop

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Nuclear Energy Development

15–16 November 2012

and New Build Prospects

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