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ABOUT NUCLEAR CONNECT
NuclearCONNECT is the established supply chain magazine and directory combined, read by over 3,000 decision makers from the UK nuclear supply chain.
Available in print and online formats, the features are informative and relevant, keeping you abreast of significant issues within the entire UK nuclear industry.In addition to market specific features, each edition contains regular sections focusing on health & safety, law, training and recruitment.
By combining timely and informative content with an extensive supply chain directory, we have created a publication that helps you do business. This is evident through our website, which is continuously evolving to increase knowledge and give a better understanding of your industry at a click.
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As industry awaits the all-important decisions on Contracts for Difference, we look at the ongoing new build supply chain development work at Hinkley C, Sizewell C and Horizon (page 4). We reveal the stories behind some of the innovative winners of the first-ever NDA Estate Supply Chain Awards on page 19. Recent Sellafield supply chain initiatives are brought into focus on page 32, with a look at communication improvements and the Infrastructure Strategic Alliance framework. And as other countries start to investigate thorium as an alternative fuel cycle, we provide the lowdown on the opportunities and the problems it presents, with views from the National Nuclear Laboratory and the Weinberg Foundation (page 42). We also hear from the UK Atomic Energy Authority how – right now – fusion projects like ITER, as well as fusion activities here in the UK, are providing real opportunities for UK plc (page 38).
Routes to managing low level waste have been changing fast over the past decade, with greater stakeholder pressure and the increasing status of repository assets, not to mention regulatory drivers. Studsvik see how the supply chain is responding on page 24.
As the new Life Time Plan and organisational structure are put in place at Dounreay, we hear from BDP on page 27 what they think have been the keys to completing the consolidation phase successfully.
Accenture explain on page 29 why managing engineering data well in new build will help not only during the build phase but also in the operational phase, helping licensees to meet their compliance requirements and improving asset performance.Our Q&A on page 46 features Adrian Worker of CH2M Hill. Burges Salmon explore new measures towards the control of radioactive material in scrap metal in our Law feature on page 52. Our Training feature on page 54 profiles the pioneering civil engineering training programme ‘Nuclear Island’, including a heads-up on a new M&E module. And finally our Finance feature on page 56 looks at the role of performance bonds in helping with risk reduction – provided the wording is right.
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