The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation and Nawah Energy Company – responsible for operating and maintaining the Barakah peaceful nuclear power plants – organized a “remote” supplier forum, which brought together representatives of a variety of companies based in the UAE, according to the Emirates News Agency, WAM, today. Saturday.
The forum presented the requirements and conditions for accreditation within the list of nuclear suppliers with Nawah Energy Company, in order to meet the evaluation methodology of the “Nawah” quality assurance guide, in addition to reviewing the opportunities for providing goods and services to Barakah peaceful nuclear energy plants that will be available during the coming decades.
The forum comes within the framework of the continuous efforts made by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation and its operating arm, Nawah Energy Company, to contribute to the development and development of the local supply chain, which enables the supplying companies to meet the requirements of operational services and provide spare parts and consumer needs in order to support the construction and operation of Barakah plants according to the highest standards. Safety, quality, safety, efficiency and reliability for the next sixty years and beyond.
The forum, which was organized remotely, also comes on the heels of the recent approval by the Corporation’s Nawah Energy Company, “ADNOC Distribution” as the first local company to provide petroleum products to the Barakah peaceful nuclear power plants that are being developed in the Al Dhafra region in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. ADNOC Distribution joins 73 companies. Local approved by the Business and Industrial Development Team at the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation.
To date, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation has awarded more than 2,000 local companies contracts amounting to 17.5 billion dirhams ($ 4.8 billion).
All suppliers to Barakah Peaceful Nuclear Power plants must meet the safety and quality standards consistent with the strict regulatory requirements of the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, which have been adopted in the “Nawah” Quality Assurance Manual, which adopts a tiered approach in which all departments and services are classified into four categories, where the category represents ( Q) The safety standard that includes the highest required quality standards, while Class (T) represents safety impacts, Class (R) represents reliability effects, and Class (S) represents the industrial standard.
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