Saudi Sustainable Energy Symposium: Value Localization Series

Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
23 April 2013
Hosted By: King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (K.A.CARE)

This symposium, held in Riyadh on 23-24 April 2013, brought together government representatives, private sector organizations, local companies, international players, original equipment manufacturers, and potential investors to discuss the development of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's sustainable energy program. The event laid the groundwork for the initiation of the localization process of the manufacturing and services opportunities along the nuclear and renewables value chains in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. On the first day of the symposium, NERA Affiliated Consultant Edward Kee moderated a panel of international nuclear industry executives as they discussed how vendors approach localization in the nuclear industry. The panel addressed how global vendors build a local supply chain with local partners for a sizeable nuclear program; the qualification process; the different types of technology transfers and partnerships with localized partners; and how to build successful relationships with localized partners in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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