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Nominations being taken for the Nuclear Industry Council

05 June 2019

The Nuclear Industry Council is due to have its membership refreshed.  The NIA and BEIS have been discussing this for some time and this note is to start the process for appointing the new membership.

The NIA would be grateful if you would consider any nominations against any of the categories on the list below and send nominations to Nikki Haywood at the NIA (nikki.haywood@niauk.org) setting out the name, role and organisation of the nominee, along with a short explanation of your views of their suitability for the NIC. There is no formal limit to the number of nominations you may submit although fewer than 5 should enable a clear focus on the most suitable people to help drive our industry through the work of the Nuclear Industry Council.  Please would you ensure that any person whom you nominate is happy to serve on the NIC.

CATEGORY
New build Tier 1
Lower-tier supply chain – including SMEs
Waste & decommissioning
Waste & Decommissioning Tier 1
Defence
New build developer
Nuclear operator
Front-end fuel cycle
R&D and Academia
Fusion
Non-nuclear sector
Consultancy – technical; financial; business
Independent
Nuclear Industry Association
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
Ministry of Defence
National Decommissioning Authority
Welsh Government
Trade union (nominated by TUC)
Trade union (nominated by TUC)
Changing workforce – YGN and WIN to share a seat
Regulators – ONR and EA to share a seat

The NIA would be most grateful if you would ensure that you have sent all your nominations to Nikki Haywood by close of play on Friday 13th June which gives two clear weeks to complete the nominations.

The collected proposed nominations will be considered by the NIA and the final list will be approved in consultation with BEIS and then signed off by ministers.

The new NIC membership will then be communicated to the sector by the NIA ahead of the next meeting of the NIC on the 24th June.

Thank you for your help in building an ever more effective and prosperous nuclear industry.