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You can see our latest press releases and the latest news from our member companies below.
14 February 2018
Sellafield Ltd has signed an agreement that will introduce a significant change in the way it works with its major partner, the National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL).
13 February 2018
The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre is seeking views from manufacturers on new regional R&D hubs to provides additional support in key areas of nuclear technology.
07 February 2018
Divers have begun working in the former spent fuel storage pond of the Sizewell A Magnox nuclear power plant
06 February 2018
The Oil & Gas Technology Centre is looking outside its industry for solutions to a decommissioning challenge.
06 February 2018
Darchem Engineering in Stockton on Tees and Metalcraft in Cambridgeshire, have finished manufacturing the first batch of highly engineered stainless steel containers
05 February 2018
Horizon Nuclear Power has today announced the appointment of Gwen Parry-Jones OBE, one of the UK nuclear industry’s most respected and experienced leaders, as its new Director, Nuclear Operations.
29 January 2018
The NIA has welcomed the recommendations set out in the House of Lord’s EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee in its report: Brexit: Energy Security.
25 January 2018
The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) has welcomed the government’s consultations to gain views from local communities on geological disposal.
11 January 2018
The government confirms Euratom will be covered by an implementation period
14 December 2017
The Office for Nuclear Regulation and the Environment Agency that they have approved Hitachi Nuclear Energy Europe’s UK ABWR reactor design
13 December 2017
The Nuclear Industry Association has welcomed the recommendations set out by the BEIS Select Committee in its report ‘Brexit: The Implications for the Civil Nuclear Industry’ which outlines the issues associated with leaving the Euratom Treaty.
07 December 2017
The series of commitments made provide a strong signal of commitment to and confidence in an industry that is integral to supplying the low carbon, secure and reliable power system we need for the future
The NIA blogs on key issues affecting the UK’s civil nuclear industry.
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The NIA publishes a number of publications for and about civil nuclear energy in the UK.
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