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Fortum Nuclear Services in AtomExpo, Moscow on 19–21, 2017

19 June 2017, 09:30 EEST

​ATOMEXPO is a specialized international exhibition and a congress with participation of the representatives of international, national and public organizations, Russian and foreign companies, leading experts in the nuclear power industry. This year AtomExpo is organised for the 9th time and it takes place on June 19-21, 2017 in Moscow.

Fortum's Nuclear Services showcases their offering for the nuclear industry in the exhibition area, booth E26. Tiina Tuomela, EVP, Fortum Generation, and Kristiina Soderholm, Head of Nuclear R&D, will participate in roundtable discussions during the event.

Come and visit Fortum's Nuclear Services in booth E26

At AtomExpo you will see our solutions for the nuclear industry. Some examples:

  • We have developed digital solutions to reduce associated costs at our own nuclear power plants. Our augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) applications such as Interactive 360° videos and VR Control Room Simulators have been utilized to deliver cost-efficiency, safety and productivity in project management, engineering, design, maintenance & operations.
  • NURES® - Nuclide Removal Solutions is proven and patented technology since early 90’s and is able to purify your radioactive liquids efficiently with less cost.
  • Fortum ADLAS® - Advanced Licensing and Safety Design method for Nuclear Facilities ensures safety and licensability of your nuclear facility.

Welcome to visit us! AtomExpo floorplan

Fortum in round-table discussions

Jun 19, at 3.30–6 pm, Conference hall no.3

Round-table: Nuclear energy: the energy of the future or the relic of the past? The main topic of the round-table conference is discussion of a new approach in the power industry: a "smart" synergetic use of energy resources. Evaluation of the concept of small modular reactors.. Consideration of promising high-tech energy development projects.

Kristiina Söderholm, Head of Nuclear R&D, Fortum: Smart Grids significance for future power-systems. Afterfuture: Nuclear energy contribution to sustainable future – creating new technological platforms

Jun 20, at 10 am–1 pm, Conference hall no.2:

Round-table: Formation of the human capital for sustainable development of the nuclear industry: how to walk on stones without slipping

Tiina Tuomela, EVP Fortum Geneartion: Professional readiness of employees to implement national nuclear programs of new countries. Challenges, tasks, achievements and prospects

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