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The 5th Annual International Nuclear Power Plant Operation and Maintenance Conference and Exhibition Successfully Held in Shenzhen Daya Bay Nuclear Power Base
2018-9-12

 

——Share M&O experience, promote technology development, establish industry benchmark

From September 5 to 7, the 5th Annual International Nuclear Power Plant Operation and Maintenance Conference and Exhibition was successfully held in Shenzhen Daya Bay Nuclear Power Base. More than 700 representatives from more than 220 units from more than 20 countries and regions such as China, the United States, Britain, France, Russia, Canada, and South Korea, including government agencies, nuclear power operators, design institutes, inspection and maintenance service companies, M&O service providers, equipment suppliers, and research institutes, attended the conference. More than 100 guests delivered keynote speeches, and more than 50 enterprises participated in the exhibition.

As the only communication platform in Asia focusing on nuclear power M&O, this conference was sponsored by Shanghai Nuclear Power Office and co-organized by Daya Bay Nuclear Power Operations and Management Co., Ltd (hereinafter referred to as “Daya Bay Nuclear Power”) and Shanghai Innch International Co., Ltd. With the theme of “share M&O experience, promote technology development, establish industry benchmark”, the conference aims to conduct exchanges on nuclear power safety, economy, M&O management and inspection and maintenance technology application and build a bridge of sharing and communication between domestic and foreign nuclear power operators and manufacturers.

National Nuclear Safety Administration, Shanghai Nuclear Power Office, Daya Bay Nuclear Power, CNNC-CNPO, CNOC, EDF, 3M, Westinghouse, DEKRA, Framatome, HanKwang and other units respectively made keynote reports, and shared their research and experience on the system and mechanism of the Nuclear Safety Law, nuclear power safety improvement, equipment reliability improvement, technology innovation, nuclear power equipment industry development, and cost optimization.

Lou Zhiqiang, Deputy Director of General Office of Shanghai Municipal Defense Science and Technology Industry, delivered an opening speech on behalf of the sponsor. He summarized the development of nuclear power in China over the past year and was full of confidence in the future of nuclear power. He also showed the determination of Shanghai government departments to boost the development of the nuclear power industry.

 

Pan Yinsheng, General Manager of Daya Bay Nuclear Power, made a keynote report focusing on the "new era, new M&O and new development". He pointed out that as the country enters the new era, nuclear power plants should implement the strategy of "new M&O and new development" from the dimensions of team building, supply chain management and informationization, to cultivate a regular, professional and specialized M&O team; innovate cooperation mode and jointly build supply chain management with efficient information connection; focus on scientific and technological innovation in safe and reliable economic operation; promote visible and convenient informatization; build a scientific and advanced production and operation system.

On the first day of the conference, we discussed the “experience summary and technical innovation of nuclear power M&O at home and abroad”. On the second day, three major seminars, such as “M&O Management Sharing Conference”, “M&O Technology Sharing Conference” and “Nuclear Power Station Intelligent Lubrication Management and Monitoring Diagnosis”, were newly established. On the third day, in the form of roundtable discussion, nine special technical exchange sessions, such as valve, cold source, spare parts procurement, steam turbine, industrial safety, in-service inspection, electric, intelligent M&O, and diesel generator set, were set up aiming at the current hotspot of nuclear power industry.

 

The Annual International Nuclear Power Plant Operation and Maintenance Conference and Exhibition is currently the only summit in Asia focusing on nuclear power M&O. Since 2014, it has been held for five sessions, and it has attracted more than 2,000 representatives from more than 20 countries and regions. The event marks the 40th anniversary of the Reform and Opening-up. It was held in Daya Bay Nuclear Power Base, which is the "cradle of nuclear power in China" and established because of the Reform and Opening-up. It is not only a pilgrimage to the high-quality development of nuclear power safety in China, but also a bridge for the cooperation between domestic and foreign nuclear power M&O units. It will further promote the development of China's nuclear power industry and play an important role in the sharing and co-construction of the world's nuclear power M&O innovation platform.

 

 

  
 
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