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ABOUT NUCLEAR CONNECT
Nuclear Connect has established itself as the UK’s leading supply chain magazine and directory representing and targeting the nuclear industry.
With an audience of over 4,500 quarterly readers and subscribers across management, procurement and suppliers in all tiers of the supply chain, it provides an unparalleled platform for any nuclear business to be a part of.
Senior buyers, influencers and operations executives, including Site Licensing Companies, Parent Body Organisations and principal contractors, use Nuclear Connect as a trusted reference and recommendation tool when sourcing suppliers to work on projects across decommissioning, waste management, fuel cycle and new build. As a signatory of the NDA Supply Chain Charter, we aim to foster good working relations across the NDA estate’s supply chain.
Nuclear Connect works in partnership with many of the leading industry events, such as TotalDECOM and the Nuclear Decommissioning Conference, adding further value for any company operating in the nuclear industry.
Each quarterly edition is carefully put together to provide Q&As, topical features on key industry issues, regular sections focusing on health & safety, law, training and recruitment, up-to-date industry news, events information, and a vibrant showcase for new products and services. By combining timely and informative content with an extensive supply chain directory, we have created a publication that bridges the gap between buyers and suppliers and helps you do business.
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Welcome to the autumn edition of Nuclear Connect, a quarterly publication available online as well as in print format.
This edition we see what Sellafield’s new Socio-Economic Strategy will mean for Sellafield itself and its supply chain. Ahead of the NDA Estate Supply Chain event on 4th November in Manchester, the NDA highlights the latest supply chain initiatives and previews what’s in store on the day. In our Q&A we hear from Paul Read, MD of James Fisher Nuclear, about his aspirations for accelerated clean-up of the high-hazard sites. We outline RWM’s work on a national geological screening exercise, the latest move in the Government’s bid to find a host site for the Geological Disposal Facility. The University of Sheffield’s Professor Neil Hyatt discusses the application of hot isostatic pressing in managing the waste legacy. And we hear from Export to Japan how UK companies can go about getting involved in decommissioning and clean-up in Japan.
Following on from the NIA’s Nuclear New Build conference, we look at the state of play with building the next fleet of nuclear power stations. Ian Bonnett of DNA Energy Ltd reports on the launch of Nuclear South West, aimed at developing and supporting the cluster of nuclear capability in the region. Dylan Williams, Regional Supply Chain Lead for the new North Wales Economic Ambition Board, outlines a raft of initiatives designed to develop the North Wales supply chain. Fiona Reilly of Pricewaterhouse Coopers outlines the different approaches taken by nations to finance new nuclear. Chris Plimley of Zaun shows how security solutions increasingly need to integrate physical, electronic and human measures. And Adam Allan & Captain Michael Lloyd of Mines Rescue explain why design, equipment, training and culture are all integral to ensuring safety in confined spaces.
Plus we have further features along with latest industry news and a selection of key dates for your diary, view the digital edition to see the full issue of Nuclear Connect 23.