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.
16 August 2017
OneAIM, a joint venture between Amec Foster Wheeler and Interserve, has won a key framework contract to support reprocessing plants and facilities at the Sellafield nuclear site in Cumbria.
14 August 2017
Workington and Czech firms sign agreement to cooperate in Heat Exchange Technology in the presence of the Rt. Hon. Greg Hands MP, Minister for Trade and Investment and Eva Usai Blumental, Board member of the British Chamber of Commerce in Czech Republic.
11 August 2017
Companies are being invited to bid for a contract to demolish the iconic Dounreay Materials Test Reactor
08 August 2017
Carr’s Group plc, the Agriculture and Engineering group based in Carlisle is pleased to announce it has acquired 100% of ESI Holding Company, Inc., the holding company of USA based engineering company NuVision Engineering, Inc.
12 September — 13 September 2017
This course provides manufacturers with a basic introduction to nuclear industry expectations in terms of knowledge, quality and behaviours. It gives individuals working in the manufacturing sector a sound understanding of what differentiates nuclear from other industries.
Supported by NIA
14 September 2017
The Triple Bar Nuclear Leadership (TBNL) is a two-day programme that looks at what is different about supplying to the nuclear sector, and it applies whether that is for new build, supporting existing facilities or decommissioning activities.It will help delegates understand what is different about
Supported by NIA
26 September — 27 September 2017
The Delivering Onsite Nuclear Projects conference will provide attendees with best practice and successful strategies to shape new projects while reducing time and cost.
03 October — 05 October 2017
Following the success of Energy Summits in Prague (October 2014) and Warsaw (February 2016), DIT will be organising the GREAT Nuclear Energy Summit in Bucharest, a trade delegation of British companies to Romania.