SHANGHAI IN CHINA, 24-25 JUNE 2010 – China aims to increase the share of non-fossil fuels in its primary energy consumption to around 15 percent by 2020. Nuclear power, as an efficient, clean and safe energy, is playing an increasingly important role in China's energy mix. After the tremendous success of the previous event, co-organized with Weihai People's Municipal Government of Shandong Province, Noppen moved the 4th Annual China Nuclear Power Congress to Shanghai, a featured venue for nuclear power equipment manufacturing in China. Noppen's China Nuclear Power Congress aimed to provide a strategic opportunity for key industry professionals from China and abroad to network and explore cooperation and business opportunities.
In close co-organization with Lingang Group and with support from the Nuclear Industry Association, UK Trade and Investment and the American General Business Association, Noppen hosted the 4th Annual China Nuclear Power Congress in Shanghai, on the 24-25 June 2010. Attended by over 170 prominent industry leaders, senior directors and engineers from China's nuclear power plants, top design institutes, construction groups, engineering companies and major Nuclear Power Equipment Production Bases, this congress illustrated China's newest industrial policies, advanced technology solutions for plant growth, project management, and the most up-to-date progress reports on major projects in China.