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You can see our latest press releases and the latest news from our member companies below.
21 June 2017
The site of the former Bradwell nuclear power station has now successfully dealt with all of its Fuel Element Debris waste
14 June 2017
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority has launched its 2017 Supply Chain Event on Thursday, November 2 – the largest of its kind in Europe.
13 June 2017
Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd. (Hitachi-GE), who will provide the reactor technology for Wylfa Newydd, a new nuclear power station on Anglesey, is hosting the apprentices, who will receive an introduction to the training,
06 June 2017
Amec Foster Wheeler has formed an alliance with Element Materials Technology, Tecnatom and TUV Rheinland to offer Equipment Qualification (EQ) and Materials Qualification (MQ) services for nuclear sites in the UK and Europe.
31 May 2017
The Duke of York met leaders of the nuclear industry today on a visit to Amec Foster Wheeler’s laboratories at Birchwood Park in Warrington
24 May 2017
Horizon Nuclear Power’s third formal consultation starts today, 24 May, and finishes on 22 June
23 June 2017
NIA responds to the NAO report on Hinkley Point C
21 June 2017
NIA comment on the announcement in the Queen’s Speech of a Nuclear Safeguards Bill
19 June 2017
The NIA has congratulated those given Honours in the Queen’s Birthday list from across the nuclear sector
09 June 2017
The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) has called on the next Government, whatever its formation, to return to business as quickly as possible, and resolve the key Euratom question
03 May 2017
The Government needs to work closely with industry in order to bring about replacement arrangements for Euratom in a timely manner to avoid a cliff edge for the nuclear industry, is the main message from a new position paper, Exiting Euratom, published today by the NIA
02 May 2017
NIA comment on the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, ‘Nuclear research and technology: Breaking the cycle of indecision’ report.
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