News & Views

ENELA To Cease Operations Later This Year

29 June, 2012
The Munich-based European Nuclear Energy Leadership Academy (ENELA), a nuclear industry-led initiative to equip those working in and alongside the nuclear energy industry with the skills needed to become future leaders of companies, is to end operations later this year.


High-Level Launch For Conference Cycle

29 February, 2012
The Consul-General of Japan in Munich, His Excellency Akira Mizutani, was among those attending the highly-successful first seminar of the inaugural ENELA Conference Cycle in Munich last month: 'Putting Severe Accidents Into Perspective. Learning From The Past, Preparing For The Future Of Nuclear Energy'.


WANO Chief To Address First Conference Cycle

24 January, 2012
The managing director of the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO), George Felgate, will focus on the way forward for the nuclear energy industry after the Fukushima-Daiichi accident, when he addresses the inaugural ENELA Conference Cycle (ECC).


Above: Fellows of the ENELA Leadership Cycle 2012 during a visit to the Deutsches Museum in Munich. They were accompanied by one of ELC's guest lecturers - Philippe Garderet, Scientific Vice-President of Areva, France (pictured front, third from left).

ENELA is closed as of 2 January, 2013 (see article in News & Views - 'ENELA To Cease Operations Later This Year').

For all enquiries please contact:

Dr Detlev Reichenbach

European Nuclear Energy Leadership Academy (ENELA)
In Liquidation
Dingolfinger Strasse 15
81673 Munich

Tel:  +49 (0) 176 179 68 001

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ENELA's postal address will change from 1 February 2013 to:

E.ON Kernkraft GmbH
Herr Hans Förner
Arnulfstraße 203 
D-80634 München