Welcome Message

Dear Colleagues,

It's my greatest pleasure, on behalf of the Organizing Committee, to welcome you to attend the 6th MEA Nuclear Industry Congress 2020, which will take place during June 3-4, in Cairo, Egypt.

Nuclear energy in Middle East and Africa has created new business growth potential for global stakeholders. Besides ongoing projects in UAE and Turkey, many countries in MEA region are moving towards their first nuclear power plant, like Egypt, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Ghana, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan and more. SMR technology is also considered as an option and opportunity for the region.

6th MEA Nuclear Industry Congress 2020 is the only platform to explore latest MEA nuclear energy potentials, discuss proper reactor options & implementation strategies for MEA NPP projects, update on new build and life extension projects in MEA countries, together with innovative technology demonstration to empowering MEA nuclear energy development.

This congress is a "must-attend" for anyone who wants to stay current and on top of industry trends and developments. Meanwhile, for those who are keen to find new investment opportunities or strengthen their presence in this market, our two-day event will also provide a cozy platform to meet your future partners.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Cairo, Egypt!

Best regards,

Organizing Committee of 6th MEA Nuclear Industry Congress 2020


    Session 1:Landscape of Global and MEA Nuclear Energy Potentials

    Session 2:Spotlighting on MEA Countries: Programs, Achievements and Future Steps

    Session 3:Accelerating MEA NPP Preparation: Legal Framework & Implementation Strategies

    Session 4:Tackling MEA NPP Projects: Updated Progress and Success Story

    Session 5:Exploring MEA Nuclear Technology Selection, Transfer and Localization Options

    Session 6:Advance in Safety, Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Preparation

    Session 7:Empowering MEA Nuclear Development: Innovative Technology Demonstrations

In the event brochure, you will know the 2-day conference this year will more focus on the progress of European nuclear projects.