The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) is the trade association for the civil nuclear industry in the UK. It represents more than 250 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 17 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.
08 December 2017
07 December 2017
Wood has won a contract as sole supplier of inspection qualification services to the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station.
06 December 2017
Memorandum of Understanding with Bruce Power Signals Continued Investment for U-Battery in Canada
04 December 2017
The Nuclear Skills Strategy Group (NSSG) of employers, alongside the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) and the National Skills Academy Nuclear (NSAN) have today launched a new industry-led web-based platform called Nuclear Gateway.
14 December 2017
The 2nd annual nuclear security event will explore the latest security threats to businesses operating in the nuclear sector.
26 February — 28 February 2018
Big Science Business Forum 2018 will be the first one-stop-shop for European companies and other stakeholders to learn about Europe’s Big Science organisations’ future investments and procurements.
27 February — 28 February 2018
A tailored programme will provide valuable insights into the latest developments in the global civil nuclear marketplace and help you develop business opportunities.
Supported by NIA
15 March 2018
NSAN has launched its 2017 search to find the nuclear industry stars of present and future. The awards are now open to all companies working in or with the nuclear industry.