The nominees for the WNE Awards 2021

WNE – the world’s largest civil nuclear exhibition, chaired by Sylvie Bermann, Ambassador of France and President of WNE –announced the names of the 21 companies, big groups, and SMEs/VSEs, which have been shortlisted for the WNE Awards of 2021.

The 21 nominees were selected by four juries composed of the world’s leading experts in the civil nuclear industry in four categories: Operational Excellence, Skills and Knowledge Management, Products and Services, and Nuclear Safety.

This 2021 edition of the WNE Awards has attracted exceptional interest with 137 high-quality projects submitted by 84 exhibiting companies (41% VSE/SME, 59% large groups) from the main markets of the civil nuclear industry (France, Russia, Great Britain, Germany, United States, Canada, …). The enthusiastic support of WNE 2021 exhibitors makes this new edition of the WNE Awards a truly unique and unmissable event for the entire civil nuclear sector and a key event of WNE.

The Products and Services category received the largest number of entries, with 55.5% of projects ahead of the other three categories (16% Operational Excellence, 13.9% Skills and Knowledge Management, 14.6% Nuclear Safety).

WNE Awards 2021 juries:

The four juries in charge of selecting the nominees for each category are chaired by international experts in the civil nuclear industry:
– Véronica Garea, President of Fundación INVAP (Nuclear Safety category) ;
– Mary Alice Hayward, Principal of Hayward Consulting (Skills and Knowledge Management category) ;
– Patrick Landais, High Commissioner for Atomic Energy at CEA (Products and Services category) ;
– Daniella Lulache, Head of the OECD-NEA Policy and Coordination Office (Operational Excellence category).

See all the nominees HERE

Leading personalities will kick off this major international civil nuclear event on Tuesday 30 November.

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Aasem Abuzeid

Aasem Abuzeid

Aasem Abuzeid is the Director for MENA Region. He acts as a leading marketer in Arabic-speaking countries. He is also the COO and lead-developer of NBN.
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