The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) is the trade association for the civil nuclear industry in the UK. It represents more than 260 companies across the UK’s nuclear supply chain. The diversity of NIA membership enables effective and constructive industry-wide interaction. NIA member companies have significant expertise in nuclear decommissioning and clean-up, with 18 nuclear sites in the UK currently being managed through the process. 

We believe nuclear energy is essential to meet the UK’s clean energy needs. Together with renewables and energy efficiency, nuclear can reduce carbon emissions. As part of a diversified energy mix, nuclear-generated energy provides safe and reliable electricity for UK homes, hospitals, schools and industries.


NIA welcomes Government announcement

01 December 2016

Commenting on the announcement of the introduction of supply chain plans and the relaunch of a government- industry Nuclear Industry Council by Baroness Neville-Rolfe, at the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) annual conference Nuclear 2016, Tom Greatrex, Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Asso

Amec Foster Wheeler and Tecnatom sign nuclear industry collaboration agreement

30 November 2016

Amec Foster Wheeler announces today that it has signed a collaboration agreement with Tecnatom SA, under which the two companies will work together to create an enhanced offering for customers in the nuclear industry.

Amec Foster Wheeler to lead study into dismantling of ITER fusion machine

29 November 2016

Amec Foster Wheeler announces today that it has been awarded a contract by the ITER organisation to lead a consortium to examine the best way to decommission the world’s largest nuclear fusion experiment.


28 November 2016

ALE has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with KFNE, the Shanghai Kangfu Nuclear Energy Machinery Co. Ltd.


8th Annual Nuclear Power Asia

11 January — 12 January 2017

The 8th Edition of Nuclear Power Asia will return to Hanoi, Vietnam, on 18-19 January 2017. The programme will address key issues from planning to construction stage of nuclear power development, answering some of the burning questions.

Women in Nuclear UK annual conference

01 February 2017

The third annual WiN UK Conference will look at the Big Questions, through a series of speaker presentations, a ‘Question Time’ style panel debate, and interactive workshops.

Triple Bar Nuclear Leadership Course

02 February 2017

The Triple Bar programme will help delegates understand what is different about the leadership and management style expected to be able to confidently work in the nuclear supply chain.

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SMR 2017

27 February 2017

Find out the latest developments on the SMR programme – register now