During the World Economic Forum, which took place in Davos, the most important statement sounded in the Ukrainian House about readiness to explore uranium by the Nuclear Energy Systems of Ukraine, which received the appropriate license at the end of 2018.
It was stated by James Hart, the partner of Hillmont Partners.
The head of the supervisory board of the NESU is Gennady Butkevych, the co-founder of the ATB company, the largest food retailer in Ukraine, which paid taxes in the amount of nearly UAH 10 billion in 2018.
The NESU is intent on developing cooperation with the American company HOLTEC. The nuclear power industry of Ukraine is still in the state hands for 100%.
But taking into account the huge uranium reserves in Ukraine, in the case of the arrival of the Western technologies and investments, the country can make a powerful breakthrough in the development of the nuclear energy.
According to Oleksiy Honcharuk, the head of the Better Regulation Delivery Office, it is the first private license concerning uranium in the history of the independent Ukraine.