India expects to have 20GW nuclear capacity by 2020 and 63GW by 2032. It aims to supply 25% of electricity from nuclear power by 2050. India has a vision of becoming a world leader in nuclear technology due to its expertise in fast reactors and thorium fuel cycle.
The second edition of India Nuclear Energy Summit featured the most prominent industry leaders and government officials from across the globe providing informative and inspiring discussions pertaining to India’s current needs and their ambitious future.
The Chairman for the event Mr. A.K Anand, Former Director for the Reactor Projects Group, BARC, welcomed the delegates to the event. He made a brief presentation about the India Nuclear energy industry and touched upon the scope of the conference and his hopes that the summit would be a success for all who attended.