Following the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II, we will reschedule Nuclear Week in Parliament for the week beginning the 30th of January, 2023.
Nuclear Week in Parliament 2021 saw hundreds of parliamentarians and industry representatives engage in various events during the week. Much like last year, this year’s Nuclear Week in Parliament is going to be a packed few days with multiple events and receptions, plus opportunities for NIA members to hold their own complementary meetings.
The purpose of Nuclear Week in Parliament is to promote the opportunities that nuclear energy presents within Parliament, to bring together key stakeholders and decision-makers to hold productive conversations and to help drive forward the UK nuclear industry.
Following the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II, Nuclear Week in Parliament has been re-arranged to take place in January 2023. Details on the new dates for Nuclear Week in Parliament are below.
The NIA will be organising the following key events during Nuclear Week in Parliament:
- Nuclear Energy APPG Welcome Reception – hosted by Virginia Crosbie MP
Monday 30th January, 7 pm
House of Commons
The opening event of the week will bring parliamentarians and industry representatives together to discuss the latest developments in the industry.
- Nuclear Skills and Apprenticeships Fair – hosted by Charlotte Nichols MP
Tuesday 31st January, 12:30 pm
A chance to showcase to parliamentarians the opportunities that nuclear presents for jobs, skills and levelling up. Exhibiting companies will bring along early career professionals to engage with attending parliamentarians.
- British Nuclear Showcase Reception – hosted by Lord McNicol
Wednesday 1st February, 12:30 pm
House of Lords
An opportunity to demonstrate the vast array of world-class work going on in the nuclear industry across the length and breadth of the country.
In addition, members are encouraged to host their own complementary events. For instance, you may wish to hold a breakfast briefing on a particular topic, hold an event to launch a report, etc.
If you would like more information on Nuclear Week in Parliament, please email [email protected].