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Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January
Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January
Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January
Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January
Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January
Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January
Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January
Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January
Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January
Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January
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Market Briefing. EBRD. 28th January

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  • 1. UKTI Civil Nuclear Energy Showcase 2014 London, UK EBRD and Nuclear Safety Vince Novak Tuesday, 28 January 2014
  • 2. EBRD • Established in 1991. • Owned by governments of 63 countries, European Commission and the EIB. • Mandate to assist countries of Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union in the transition to market economies and democracy. • Regional mandate extended to Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Region (SEMED) in 2012. • Only IFI with Nuclear Safety mandate.
  • 3. EBRD and Nuclear Safety Roles: •Management of multi-lateral nuclear safety grant funds on behalf of donor governments. •Core nuclear expertise to support EBRD financed projects.
  • 4. EBRD and Nuclear Safety Nuclear Safety Funds – missions aligned with priorities of international community. •Nuclear Safety Account (NSA) – safety of high risk reactors. •Chernobyl Shelter Fund (CSF) – Chernobyl accident. •NDEP NW – legacy of Soviet nuclear fleet in north-west Russia. •International Decommissioning Funds (IDSFs) – early closure and decommissioning of high risk reactors in new EU member states. More than EUR 4 billion committed by 42 governments up to 2013.
  • 5. EBRD and Nuclear Safety Other Nuclear Safety projects: Ukraine: Upgrading of operating nuclear power plants. EBRD loan EUR 300 million EURATOM EUR 300 million
  • 6. EBRD and Nuclear Safety Business opportunities: •Decommissioning in Bulgaria, Lithuania and the Slovak Republic. •Nuclear Safety Upgrades in Ukraine. •New initiatives ?
  • 7. EBRD and Nuclear Safety Business opportunities – Decommissioning Support Funds: •Project management. •Waste management infrastructure and services. •Decommissioning and dismantling equipment and services. •Radiological waste repository (Bulgaria).
  • 8. EBRD and Nuclear Safety Business opportunities – Safety upgrades in Ukraine: •Miscellaneous Safety Upgrade measures for VVER 1000 reactors.
  • 9. EBRD and Nuclear Safety Procurement and Information: •EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules. •EBRD website www.ebrd.com •Clients / Project Management Units. •EBRD Nuclear Safety Department.
  • 10. EBRD and Nuclear Safety Procurement and Information: •EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules. •EBRD website www.ebrd.com •Clients / Project Management Units. •EBRD Nuclear Safety Department.

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