25–27 January 2010 Nuclear Power Asia
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The need for power is on the rise. Local sources of power like hydropower and thermopower are limited and purchasing power from neighboring countries can’t help ensure power security. Therefore the push for nuclear energy is an increasingly popular solution to address the issues of energy security, supply and climate change in Asia. Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand are implementing plans to turn to nuclear energy to curb their dependence on conventional fossil fuels.