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Welsh Government would like to invite your company to participate in its virtual Civil Nuclear export market visit to Germany
Welsh government has just launched our next virtual trade mission. Following on from the promising mission with Canada, we are aiming next for Germany and the opportunities for decommissioning.
The format for the German mission will be compressed into two afternoon sessions. Each session will be broadly 4 hours each day, with hour-long sessions incorporating a presentation, Q&A, Wales showcase and importantly, a short break between each.
Germany has legislated to decommissioning its entire fleet of 23 nuclear reactors. It is also preparing a nuclear waste storage programme. The value of works is estimated to be € 50billion. There are immediate, live procurements, as well as long term opportunities.
Entry to the German market affords further opportunities with Sweden for €39billion, plus Eastern Europe for further decommissioning
Why participate in a virtual export market visit?
This virtual visit will provide you with the opportunity to showcase your company, gain valuable contacts and build your exports in this market.
By participating in this virtual visit, you will benefit from:
The Welsh Government is currently offering free introductory places on its virtual civil nuclear export market visit to Welsh based companies looking to engage with Germany. This virtual visit includes:
The Welsh Government is investing in this mission, so whilst this is free for you to participate, we strongly recommend that you only apply if you can commit to the times for the mission and the subsequent 1-2-1 meetings arranged for you.
Deadline for applications is Wednesday 3rd March 2021 and you will receive confirmation within 5 working days thereafter.
The WNF Steering Group is made up of 9 industry leading professionals who champion ideas from members, and take them forward with the Welsh Government to make a significant impact within the Nuclear Industry.