Member Updates

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Councils give pushback on EDF Energy nuclear plans

Suffolk County Council and Suffolk Coastal District Council said that they are disappointed with the energy firm's lack of detailed proposals for the Sizewell C scheme, which is currently being consulted on. The local authorities said they need to be absolutely clear...

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Does Brexit Pull the Plug on the Energy Sector?

Trade deals, immigration and Northern Ireland have dominated the Brexit talks. Yet as exit day approaches and the threat of leaving the EU without a deal looms, will the UK be able to keep the lights on and electricity flowing?

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UK Insurers Seek Clean Power Investment Boost

The Association of British Insurers is calling on UK financial regulators to improve the availability of data on renewable energy projects to boost investment in clean power projects. ABI, which is the voice of the UK insurance industry, said a shortage of...

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UK Aims to Draw a Third of Electricity Supplies From Offshore Wind

While in broadly welcomed by an industry looking to ramp up investment in what is already the world’s largest offshore wind market, critics said it would not be enough to achieve UK climate targets or to fill a supply gap left by the recent collapse of three planned nuclear projects.

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Steering Group Meet Robert Croft

The Wales Nuclear Forum Steering Group enjoyed a break during last week’s meeting to meet with former Welsh Cricketer, Robert Croft.   Robert Croft MBE has previously played international cricket for England and captained the Glamorgan cricket team from 2003 to...

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Peter Cornish Re-elected as Chair

Peter Cornish has been re-elected as Chairman of Wales Nuclear Forum by WNF's Steering Group.   Peter was re-elected as Chairman after he gained the votes of all members of the Steering Group during last week's meeting and will lead the forum for the next 24...

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British nuclear waste facility could be located near Newry

The Border town of Newry is being considered as a location to dispose the UK's nuclear waste, with research identifying the area as potentially suitable for an underground disposal facility. It is one of five sites in Northen Ireland under consideration as possible...

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New Member – SEIMAF UK Ltd

WNF welcomes it's new member - Specialist Group for the Subcontracting of Studies and Engineering in the Industrial Field (SEIMAF). Established in 1994, SEIMAF supports industrial customers in Nuclear, Naval, Energy, Thermal, Automotive, Aeronautics, Agribusiness, and...

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New Member – Technut Ltd

Technut Ltd is committed to making the oil and gas industry a safer place to work. Technut Ltd combines the collective experience and knowledge of its employees to create a unique approach that is guaranteed to enhance Asset Integrity Management systems.

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