The membership of FORATOM is made up of 15 national nuclear associations – active across Europe – and the companies that they represent, and 3 Corporate Members, Fermi Energia (Estonia), CEZ (Czech Republic) and  PGE EJ1 (Poland). Nearly 3,000 firms are represented, from Europe’s (and the world’s) largest nuclear utilities and nuclear fuel cycle companies, to other undertakings engaged in the transport
of nuclear materials and the management of radioactive waste:

  • Europe’s (and the world’s) largest nuclear utilities
  • Engineering companies
  • Plant decommissioning companies
  • Lawyers, consulting, insurance and service companies
  • Uranium mining, milling and enrichment companies
  • Nuclear fuel reprocessing companies
  • Nuclear transporters
  • Reactor and component vendors
  • Waste storage facilities

The General Assembly

FORATOM is a non-profit making association under Belgian law (“Forum Atomique européen”, abbreviated “FORATOM”).
The General Assembly consists of all active Members. It is chaired by Esa Hyvärinen (ET, Finland), who was appointed President for the period 2020-2021.

The Executive Board

The Executive Officers are appointed by the General Assembly for a period of two years:

  • Esa Hyvärinen, ET, Finland
  • Ignacio Araluce, FINE,Spain
  • Csaba Kiss, Hungarian Nuclear Forum, Hungary
  • Mats Ladeborn, SAFO, Sweden
  • Noël Camarcat, GIFEN, France
  • Robert Leclère, BNF, Belgium
  • Teodor Chirica, Past President
  • Tom Greatrex, NIA, United Kingdom

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