Our briefing papers provide key information on current topics of interest in the nuclear sector. These documents are updated regularly and help to inform Members of Parliament, Government, the media as well as the public.

  • NIA Hydrogen Strategy briefing

    The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has published its inaugral Hydrogen Strategy which sets out the UK Government's vision form hydrogen's contribution to Net Zero by 2050 and details how the UK will reach 5GW of hydrogen production by 2030. In this briefing, the NIA breaks down what this report means for the nuclear sector.

  • NIA Members Briefing on CSR and NIS Publication – November 2020

    The Government has published its Comprehensive Spending Review, as well as the National Infrastructure Strategy (NIS), which crucially included the Government’s response to the National Infrastructure Commission’s (NIC) Assessment which it produced in 2018.

  • NIA Polling: What the public think 2019

    New research, carried out for the Nuclear Industry Association by YouGov has revealed what the public thinks about nuclear energy in 2019.

  • Open letter to candidates for General Election

    An open letter in support of the role nuclear in tackling climate change has been sent to the 2019 General Election candidates from a number of influential signatories including scientists, trade unions and NGOs.

  • NIA manifesto – General Election 2019

    In the NIA’s Key Priorities for Government for the 2019 General Election, we have outlined five key areas for the UK’s civil nuclear sector which an incoming government will need to address, in conjunction with industry, if our potential is to be realised.

  • NIA Note on Hitachi and Wylfa Newydd

    Hitachi had been in talks with the UK government over finding a financing and funding structure that met everyone’s requirements. As no agreement was made, Hitachi has now decided to suspend its nuclear new build activities.

  • NIA Cyber Security Supply Chain Guide

    Given its key role in maintaining our security of supply, it is essential that the UK civil nuclear sector is protected from all forms of attack, and that public and political confidence is maintained. This document provides information to the nuclear supply chain on how to prevent, recognise and respond to cyber-attacks in line with the Government’s 2017 five-year Civil Nuclear Cyber Security Strategy.

  • Supply of LWR fuel to EU

    The UK exit from Euratom potentially disrupts UK LWR fuel and intermediate product exports to the EU.


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