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.
19 March 2018
The nuclear industry held its tenth annual UK Nuclear Skills Awards on the 15th March
14 March 2018
The last-known operational Rolls Royce Proteus gas turbine engines in the world have been stood down at Wylfa Power Station, following 47 years of faithful service.
13 March 2018
Aquila Nuclear Engineering Ltd attended the inaugural Big Science Business Forum (BSBF) in Copenhagen, Denmark, following an invitation from the Science and Technology Facilities Council.
08 March 2018
The NIA has welcomed the government’s response to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee report into the impact of Brexit on the civil nuclear sector.
21 March 2018
The Engineering & Technology Solutions Exhibition will give both current and potentially new suppliers an opportunity to meet with EDF Energy ‘end-users’ in their place of work.
Supported by NIA
21 March — 22 March 2018
This is a great FREE event for members to attend. Simply log in to register.
27 March 2018
This is a FREE event which is open to all and can be used as part of your Continuing Professional Development (CPD). These lectures are great way of hearing from senior industry figures on a wide range of topics.
09 April — 12 April 2018
A 4-day CPD course that will generate an understanding of the hazards in terms of a mathematically defined concept of risk.
Supported by NIA