India Nuclear Energy 2010 provided a suitable platform for the companies to display their products and services to one of the largest markets in the world. The event represented a great opportunity that brought users and buyers together with international suppliers and manufacturers of the Energy Industry.
Shri. Sushil Kumar Shinde, Hon’ble Union Minister of Power, Government of India
inaugurated India Nuclear Energy Summit on 8th October 2010. Dr Srikumar Banerjee—Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission
delivered the keynote address and Dr R K Sinha, Director- Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC)
, Guest of Honour had shared his views and knowledge and enlighten the India Nuclear Energy Summit 2010
on 8th October 2010
at The Westin Mumbai Garden City, Mumbai.
India Nuclear Energy 2010
was co-partnered and endorsed by the Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India
. It provided an opportunity for domestic & international companies to avail of the huge untapped potential that the nuclear industry has in India.
India Nuclear Energy Summit 2010
, 2nd edition was organised on the 8th October 2010
at Hotel Westin, Goregaon, Mumbai. The Summit was attended by 285 delegates from India and abroad.
The event saw participation from the leading companies like DAE, Alstom, Areva, Hindustan Construction Co., Power Grid Corporation of India, BHEL, NHPC, REC, Gammon India, Electronics Corporation of India, Schneider Electric, Wartsila, Ingersoll Rand, GMR Group, Nuvia India, Khaitan & Co., Sandvik Asia, Nuvia, Rolls Royce, Premium Energy Transmission, Ratnamani
to name a few.
The event had excellent participation from overseas with country pavilions from France, Russia, USA, Finland
, and individual companies from other countries. 3500 Industry professionals from the Energy space had visited the event over three days.
from USA Pavilion had sponsored Networking Reception for all the Exhibitors and invitees.
French Pavilion and French Consulate had organized a lunch cum Hi-Tea during the Exhibition and invited top officials of Nuclear Energy industry.