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.
22 February 2017
NuGen’s Bright Sparks has returned for 2017 – bigger and better with another two West Cumbrian schools getting involved.
16 February 2017
The first block of concrete has been removed from the structure of one of Dounreay’s cooling ponds – representing a major first step in demolishing the redundant giant chamber.
15 February 2017
Horizon Nuclear Power and Exelon Generation have announced a partnership to advance Horizon’s progress towards becoming a world class nuclear operator.
14 February 2017
NIA comment on Toshiba’s announcement confirming its commitment to the NuGen nuclear new build project at Moorside in Cumbria
27 February 2017
Find out the latest developments on the SMR programme. View the agenda and register now to secure your place.
28 February — 01 March 2017
The Department for International Trade is pleased to announce plans for the Civil Nuclear Showcase 2017, the key international networking event of the year for the nuclear industry.
Supported by NIA
Special discount available
01 March — 02 March 2017
EEEGR’s flagship Southern North Sea conference is the most important conference for the offshore energy sector in the East of England
07 March — 08 March 2017
The 8th Edition of Nuclear Power Asia will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia over 7-8 March 2017. The programme will address key issues from planning to construction stage of nuclear power development, answering some of the burning questions.