NIA Events

  • NIA Decommissioning and Existing Generation group

    26 September — 27 September 2018

    The NIA will hold its Decommissioning and Existing Generation group meeting at Birchwood Golf Club on Thursday 27 September. The evening prior to the meeting (26 September) will be a reception and pay-your-own-way dinner at the Park Royal Hotel, Warrington.

  • NIA International group

    31 October 2018

    The NIA and Britain's Energy Coast Business Cluster are joining forces for the next International Business group and BECBC Nuclear Engagement Group meeting.

    The meeting will be kindly hosted by SNC Lavalin/Atkins at Holiday Inn Haydock on Wednesday 31 October (the day prior to the NDA supplier eve

  • Nuclear 2018

    06 December 2018

    Nuclear 2018, the industry’s leading annual nuclear conference, will take place on Thursday 6 December 2018 in Central London. More information to come.

  • Annual Dinner 2018

    06 December 2018

    The Annual Dinner is the premier event for the nuclear industry in the UK, bringing together key players from across the industry, political scene and academia.

    Supported by NIA

    • Birchwood Nuclear Hub

      26 September 2018

      Located in the heart of the North West’s largest cluster of nuclear companies, the Nu-Tech Engineering & Technology Solutions Exhibition will offer suppliers an invaluable day of both networking and contact building opportunities between representatives from all levels of the nuclear supply chain fr

      Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

    • CRA Risk Analysis – 2018 Risk Forum

      26 September — 27 September 2018

      The event will bring together Risk Specialists working across a number of sectors, facilitating knowledge transfer, exchange of best practice and networking amongst peers.

      Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

    • Nuclear Materials: Avoiding Structural Integrity Failures

      03 October 2018

      Hear how operators are addressing the materials challenges experienced by the current UK generating fleet.

      Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

    • Cyber and the Civil Nuclear Sector

      15 October 2018

      This joint event between techUK and the NIA will assess the effectiveness of the CNCSS to date, as well as examining the implications of wider regulatory developments around the NIS Directive and GDPR.

      Supported by Nia Supported by NIA

      Other Events

      • The next steps for nuclear energy projects in the UK

        16 October 2018

        With the UK currently generating around 21% of its electricity from nuclear power, but with almost half of this capacity to be retired by 2025, this seminar will be a timely opportunity to discuss the outlook for new nuclear projects in the UK.

      • Modelling in Nuclear Science and Engineering Seminar 2018

        17 October 2018

        This year delegates will explore the latest advances in mathematical modelling and simulation as well as the deployment of new techniques used in nuclear science and engineering.

      • Advanced Nuclear Technologies Seminar 2018

        14 November 2018

        Hear from Government and meet with technology front-runners leading development and demonstration of feasibility studies with designs of a maximum of circa 300MW for end user demand.

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