ROSATOM participates in World Nuclear Spotlight Kazakhstan

The event was dedicated to the development of nuclear power industry in Kazakhstan

ROSATOM took part in the international conference World Nuclear Spotlight Kazakhstan in Almaty, organized by the World Nuclear Association and the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The event brought together authorities involved in the development of the nuclear power program in Kazakhstan and international nuclear industry leaders to share experiences on issues such as economics, climate change, technology, human resources, supply chain, financing, and the overall benefits of nuclear power. Speakers of World Nuclear Spotlight Kazakhstan were Sama Bilbao y León, Director General of World Nuclear Association; Sungat Yesimkhanov, Vice Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan; Meirzhan Yusupov, Chairman of the Board of NAC Kazatomprom JSC; Timur Zhantikin, General Director of Kazakhstan Nuclear Power Plants LLP; Lyudmila Zalimskaya, Special Representative of Rosatom for International Projects, and others. 

ROSATOM’s delegation was led by Kirill Komarov, First Deputy Director General – Director for Development and International Business, who spoke in a panel discussion on Nuclear Power Benefits. In his speech, he noted that Rosatom offers its partners a full range of technology solutions to meet climate goals and ensure a low-carbon future. “We are convinced that nuclear energy will definitely be the basis of a low-carbon balance worldwide. Rosatom is the largest producer of low-carbon electric energy in Russia providing about 1/5 of the total quantity of electric energy generated in the country. Rosatom has transformed itself into a conveyor of nuclear technologies and is the world leader: among 25 nuclear power units currently being implemented worldwide for export, 22 are being built by Rosatom. Our technologies and experience definitely provide partners around the world with solutions to reduce their carbon footprint and for sustainable development,” said Kirill Komarov.






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