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Nuclear Industry Association

Carlton House
22a St James’s Square
United Kingdom
020 7766 6645

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  • NIA welcomes new Government

    The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) welcomes the formation of the new Government and calls on the new Cabinet member with responsibility for energy to continue the current approach to the nuclear sector.

  • Magnox/RSRL Competition - Preferred Bidder Announcement

    The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) have welcomed the news that the Cavendish Fluor Partnership (a joint venture between Cavendish Nuclear, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Babcock International Group PLC and Fluor Corporation) have been selected as the preferred bidder in the competition to take ownership of Magnox Ltd and Research Sites Restoration Limited.

  • Progress on Moorside Project welcomed by NIA

    The Nuclear Industry Association have today welcomed the announcement that Toshiba Corporation has agreed in principle to acquire a 60% stake in the NuGeneration Limited Moorside Project which will provide up to 3.4 GW of new capacity.

  • Strong signal for new nuclear

    Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Association, Keith Parker, welcomed the news that the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander MP has signed an agreement with Hitachi and Horizon to support the financing of the development of Wylfa's new nuclear power station.

  • Hinkley Point C deal struck

    The agreement reached today between the Government and EDF Energy will guarantee the future of nuclear in the UK and its competitiveness as a low carbon source of generation.

  • China Given the Green Light to Invest in UK Nuclear

    The Chancellor, George Osborne, has announced that the government is to give the go ahead to Chinese companies taking a stake - including potential future majority stakes - in the development of the next generation of British nuclear power.

  • Taking responsibility for cleaning up legacy waste

    The Nuclear Industry Association today welcomed the Government's consultation on the new proposed process for working with communities in order to agree a site for a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) for radioactive waste.

  • Benefits to communities hosting new nuclear

    The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) has today (17 July) welcomed the Government's announcement of the package of benefits that will be available to local communities hosting new nuclear power stations.


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