The position of ENEC
CNO serves a strategic function to the organisation in supporting the successful development of the UAE peaceful nuclear energy programme, including assessing the programme plan for the delivery of Units 1 to 4 in adherence to the highest standards of nuclear safety and quality.
He is a respected leader who has extensive experience in the global nuclear energy industry, demonstrating the capacity to continuously improve performance while mentoring and developing the appropriate skills and capabilities in the different organizations in which he has served," said ENEC
CEO, Mohamed Al Hammadi.
The CNO is responsible for ensuring that Nawah receives full support from ENEC
and its Joint Venture partner, the Korea Electric Power Corporation (Kepco), enabling Nawah to maintain focus on operations and the relevant licensing requirements.
has outlined its commitment to operating in an environmentally conscious manner in its Barakah Environment and Sustainability Charter, an agreement co-signed by ENEC
and its Joint Venture partner and Prime Contractor, Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO).
is the high-quality European mark for electrical products that demonstrate compliance with European standards (EN).
To commemorate the milestone, ENEC
organised a ceremony and a site tour that was attended by HE Jassim Mohammed Buatabh Al Zaabi, chairman of the Executive Committee Office and member of the Executive Council, who led a delegation from the General Secretariat of the Executive Council (GSEC).
The building now measures more than 70 m in height, ENEC
said in a statement.
reported the spent nuclear fuel rods could require 20 years to cool down before being placed in concrete containers for at least 100 years.
The fact that HILALCO has been able to win an international tender of this magnitude is an important achievement for the Emirati industry," said Yagoob Al Shehhi, ENEC
Executive Director of Procurement and Supply Chain.
The release of the opinion polls came just before two public meetings organised by ENEC
this week to reassure residents that the nuclear plants will be safe.
The UAE government has made ENEC
an independent agency and has given it sole responsibility for implementing the federation's nuclear energy programme.
, which plans to build four nuclear reactors at a cost of around $20 billion, is in talks to buy fuel from a number of countries including Australia and Russia.