COVID-19 – How the UK’s Nuclear Industry is Responding

The nuclear industry is working closely with Government to maintain the health and safety of its workforce and operations, and to ensure energy demands will always be met in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. The NIA will continue to post regular updates here on the industry’s response to the evolving situation.

Latest Updates

    Dependable power supplies in challenging times

    16 April 2020

    “The new normal” is way of life we are collectively adjusting to. For much of the developed world, our needs, not wants, have come into sharp focus, as has the importance of workers who deliver these critical services behind the scenes.

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    Electricity’s role in times of crises: why we must tackle challenges of today, and tomorrow

    02 April 2020

    Understandably, governments have their hands full tackling COVID-19 and its impacts, but this crisis should not put the environment on the backburner for long. We can and should tackle both, for the health of our people, prosperity and planet...

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