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Welcome to the Summer issue of Nuclear Connect.

In 2003 the Government concluded that the UK would have no further need for nuclear power, yet now we are on the verge of constructing several new reactors. We track the remarkable turnaround in the fortunes of an industry that is uniquely dependent on government policy. Despite the appearance that the UK is merely waiting on the European Commission, there are active preparations ongoing with all three consortia. We review progress in this edition. In our Q&A, we hear from Tom Jones, Vice President of AMEC, about their involvement in new nuclear. Steven Barr, Head of the Manufacturing Advisory Service, explains how manufacturing SMEs can make the most of nuclear opportunities. And Melanie Sachar of EDF Energy introduces Knowledge Management – not just the latest buzz word but a vital tool for the industry.

Turning to decommissioning, we hear from Paul Roberts of Mott MacDonald how collaboration between clients and the supply chain – supported by the appropriate tools and methodologies – can enable complex, long-term projects to be delivered successfully. Stuart Yellowlees of Altran UK considers how the nuclear industry could do more to incorporate proven methods from other sectors. And Martyn Jenkins of Enkom Consulting explains how the cost capture and analysis of nuclear project costs forms an important tool in increasing confidence in estimates.

Plus we have further features along with latest industry news and a selection of key dates for your diary, view the latest edition to see the full issue of Nuclear Connect 18.

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