June 6, 2023

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Emirates Nuclear Company has signed 3 MoUs with Chinese companies

The Emirates Nuclear Corporation has announced that it has signed three MoUs with Chinese companies specializing in peaceful nuclear energy to explore opportunities for cooperation on new technologies in the sector.

During his visit to China, Emirates Nuclear Corporation Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Mohamed Ibrahim Al Hammadi signed memorandums of understanding between the Corporation and the Nuclear Mobility Research Institute, China National Nuclear Corporation Overseas and DMK. China Atomic Energy Corporation.

MoUs were signed with the Nuclear Operational Research Institute and the China National Atomic Energy Corporation overseas by Ahmed Al Mazrouei, executive director of fuel procurement and analysis at the Emirates Nuclear Corporation, and his Chinese counterparts.

The first MoU will focus on opportunities for cooperation between the two sides in nuclear power operations and maintenance, while the second MoU will focus on cooperation in the field of high-temperature gas-cooled reactors.

He signed a memorandum of understanding with China Nuclear Industry Corporation, Deputy Managing Director of Nuclear Fuels Department at Emirates Nuclear Corporation, Dr. Muhammad Zouga said the agreement will focus on possible cooperation in nuclear fuel supply and investment.

During the visit, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Emirates Nuclear Corporation met with officials from Chinese nuclear-related companies.

Al-Hammadi visited the office of the International Nuclear Operators Organization in Shanghai, China, as the head of the organization, where he discussed matters related to the work of the organization with office officials. Developments and activities of the office. Al-Hammadi was elected President of the International Organization of Nuclear Energy Operators during the organization’s General Assembly in October 2022.

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The organization is headquartered in the British capital, London, and its more than 120 members operate 430 nuclear power plants in 30 countries around the world.