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Welcome to the autumn issue of Nuclear Connect. This edition we explore what Sellafield’s new site strategy and procurement plan will mean for the site and the supply chain as it moves from decommissioning to waste management. And we spotlight the Sellafield Supplier Awards double innovation winner Thomas Graham and Sons. We also find out how Cumbria’s Knowledge Action Network programme is supporting SMEs in the region.
With the UK’s recent renewed interest in small modular reactors we ask, could we be going back into the nuclear reactor technology export market for the first time in many years? William Wilson of Burges Salmon outlines the challenges involved in regulation of SMRs.
We hear from Warrington & Co. how Warrington has become a nuclear hub and what lies ahead for the town and surrounding region. Further north, Dounreay outline progress on their procurement plan and forthcoming opportunities, plus how a fresh approach to bulk waste disposal is bringing improved safety and efficiency.
Tony Wilson of Indelible Data describes how abiding by the new Cyber Essentials scheme could shield companies from up to 80 per cent of the common threats emanating from the internet. Canadian nuclear professional Melanie Sachar provides an international perspective in her forward-look to what UK new build projects may encounter. We hear about Cammell Laird’s progress in positioning itself as a prime location for the manufacture of supersized modules for the new build and decommissioning programmes. The Nuclear AMRC explains how a major expansion of the Fit for Nuclear programme means that more companies, in more areas of manufacturing, can now get ready to win work in the nuclear civil sector.
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 19.