The NIA organise a range of events, meetings and conferences, alongside its business groups. All provide ideal opportunities to network and access the latest industry information and future developments.

NIA Events

  • Securing government funding for your projects – best practice investment appraisal

    28 June 2019

    This business case masterclass will introduce the importance of business cases and why they are relevant to the nuclear industry. The class will gallop through the key Green Book principles to give you a comprehensive overview of the requirements and where to find further information and support.

  • Fusion group

    10 July 2019

    The NIA and United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority will hold a Fusion group for industry to come together to scope opportunities and prospects for the fusion community.

  • NIA Decommissioning and Existing Generation group

    26 September 2019

  • Nuclear 2019

    05 December 2019

    Nuclear 2019, the industry’s leading annual nuclear conference, will take place on Thursday 5 December 2019 in Central London.

    Supported by NIA

    • Nuclear Innovation UK Conference

      02 July — 03 July 2019

      The two-day conference combines talks and discussion sessions featuring key speakers, with a choice of technical R&D presentations covering all areas of the Nuclear Innovation Programme. See below for the draft programme for the two days.

      Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

    • Diversity and Inclusion in UK Nuclear

      18 July 2019

      This free of charge event will include presentations from experts in diversity and inclusion and from people managers in the nuclear industry sharing their experiences.

      Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

    • 10th CRA Risk and Safety Forum

      02 October — 03 October 2019

      The Risk & Safety Forum is for risk practitioners at all career stages who are part of the nuclear, rail, transport, C&I and process industries. It is an opportunity to come together with like-minded individuals to learn and discuss the progression of risk & safety and how it affects people

      Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

      Other Events

      • NDA Stakeholder Summit

        09 July — 10 July 2019

        This year’s NDA Stakeholder Summit will be held on Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th July 2019 at Coleg Menai, Llangefni.

      • NuFor – Nuclear Forensics

        10 July — 11 July 2019

        Nuclear Forensics is an essential component of the national nuclear security infrastructure which helps to address the threat of nuclear material found out of regulatory control.

      • International Nuclear Physics Conference

        29 July — 02 August 2019

        The 27th International Nuclear Physics Conference (INPC 2019) will be held in Glasgow, UK, 29 July to 2 August, 2019. Held every three years, INPC is the biggest conference in the world for fundamental nuclear physics, and is overseen by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP).

      • World Nuclear Symposium

        04 September — 06 September 2019

        World Nuclear Association Symposium is the premier annual event for the global nuclear industry. It unites hundreds of nuclear energy professionals from over 30 countries for a diverse programme of presentations, hot seat interviews, and high-level panels on the most important industry issues.

        Become a member
        Join over 250 other nuclear companies and as part of the NIA you’ll be able to:

        Grow your business

        You can meet the right people and grow your business through our extensive Business Group programme and our unique Trade Directory.

        Keep up to date

        Our members receive the most up to date information on industry developments through our regular newsletters and briefings and our special interest group mailings.

        Save money

        Attendance at our Business Group meetings is free for member companies and members also receive discounts to our flagship conferences as well as Industry Link, our quarterly magazine.

        Have a voice

        Being a member of the NIA gives you a voice in Westminster and the media as the NIA works to ensure your business can grow. You can contribute to our consultation responses and policy positions through involvement in our groups.