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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
NuGen acknowledges the announcement that Toshiba remains committed to developing NuGen’s Moorside Project.
10 February 2017
William Doig and Dr Ken Petrunik appointed to the Board of Horizon Nuclear Power Wylfa Ltd.
09 February 2017
Dorset-based Ultra Electronics, Nuclear Control Systems successfully conducted the acceptance testing of the innovative NuScale Power Module™ protection system it is developing for leading U.S. SMR developer NuScale Power
14 February 2017
NIA comment on Toshiba’s announcement confirming its commitment to the NuGen nuclear new build project at Moorside in Cumbria
01 February 2017
“The UK nuclear industry has made it crystal clear to the Government that our preferred position is to maintain membership of Euratom.”
23 January 2017
The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) has welcomed the UK Government’s Green Paper setting out its vision for a modern industrial strategy, including a focus on improving competitiveness and skills in nuclear new build.
17 January 2017
100 companies are joining forces in a UK-Japan industry partnership in Tokyo this week, to build ties between organisations with expertise in the nuclear industry to maximise the economic potential in both countries.
20 December 2016
The NIA offices will be closed from Wednesday 21 December until Tuesday 3 January.
01 December 2016
Commenting on the announcement of the introduction of supply chain plans and the relaunch of a government- industry Nuclear Industry Council by Baroness Neville-Rolfe, at the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) annual conference Nuclear 2016, Tom Greatrex, Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Asso
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