November 16th & 17th 2021

Nuclear AMRC: Nuclear Manufacturing Summit 2021

The UK faces a monumental challenge to decarbonise by 2050. With up to 40GW of new nuclear capacity – a potential investment totalling hundreds of billions of pounds – there will be huge opportunities for the supply chain. From current gigawatt-scale projects to new designs of small and advanced modular reactor, along with continuing opportunities in the decommissioning and defence sectors, the scale of the market will stretch the nuclear supply chain’s capabilities and capacity to the limit.  

  • What are the opportunities for UK manufacturers?
  • What do suppliers need to do to win work now and over the next 30 years?
  • How can we work together as an industry to meet the challenges?

These are the big questions that will be addressed at the Nuclear Manufacturing Summit 2021.

Hosted by the Nuclear AMRC, this event is for supply chain companies looking for opportunities in the nuclear market at home and worldwide, and wanting to play a part in the UK’s commitment to reach net zero emissions.

Following hot on the heels of the highly anticipated UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, the event will:

  • Look at the latest government and industry targets – including £2 billion of new UK and international orders by 2030 – and the scale of the challenge.
  • Provide details on the key UK nuclear programmes and the opportunity for the supply chain.
  • Discuss how we can bridge the gap between where the UK supply chain is today, and where it needs to be.
  • Provide advice and support for supply chain companies already working in nuclear, and those looking to get into the sector.

Nuclear AMRC, Rotherham


July 15th 2021

Exclusive Online Event for WNF Members only: Virtual Tour of Trawsfynydd

• Welcome from The Wales Nuclear Forum

• Opening address from the Minister of Economy

• Magnox Strategic Overview

• Virtual Tour and Q/A

• Supply Chain Case Study

• Cwmni Egino – future development for the Trawsfynydd site

• Close

11:00 – 12:30



August 23rd 2021

In-person Training Workshop: Bid & Tender Writing

Bid & Tender Writing with Curtis Bartlett from Bartlett Bid Management. This event will be held at The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton and will include the training, refreshments and lunch. 

This workshop will benefit SME’s or commercial/sales staff and will introduce attendees to the experience of choosing the right bid opportunities, understand the tender instructions and documentation including making criteria, the 5-step bid management process and mapping out the bid, productive bid writing techniques and the review process. Understanding PQQ & ITT documents and their marking criteria is crucial to success along with making sure you answer each question!

**Please note this event is already half booked so please book early to avoid disappointment. 

09:30 – 13:30

The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton


July 28th 2021

Online Sector Focus: Manufacturing & Engineering

Manufacturing & Engineering with Chris Barrett, Procurement & Supply Chain Specialist from Auditel. In this 1 hour session specifically designed for businesses operating from your sector we will discuss any industry related issues you might be experiencing and share any opportunities that are available to you in within the industry. 

Chris will talk about how emission targets and Net Zero are affecting your business, what steps you are taking and thinking about taking as a business to lower your greenhouse gas emissions and advising what you should know about the regulations relating to Net Zero and how this will impact on your business over the next decade.

10:00 – 11:00



June 23rd 2021

Thinking Outside the Dome: Strategic eForum on Nuclear Innovation

Embracing the spirit of nuclear innovation means thinking outside the reactor dome. It requires moving beyond sole consideration of reactor technology and drawing on the lessons from other industries while also exploring transformative changes to adapt nuclear energy technologies for novel applications like heat, hydrogen, and radioisotope production.

This free virtual event will feature a high-level panel in which a group of diverse and international experts will discuss:

  • What the nuclear sector can learn from the renewables industry as it begins to deploy a range of new and innovative reactor designs.
  • What the nuclear sector can learn from other sectors that have experienced transformative change and accelerated new technology development in response to a crisis.
  • The challenges in moving beyond electricity production for nuclear technologies to providing heat, hydrogen, etc.
  • Real-world examples of innovative technologies impacting the construction and operation of nuclear plants today.
  • Recent non-technology innovations that are facilitating the deployment of nuclear projects around the world.

13:00 – 14:15



May 24th 2021

NSAN: Digital Skills andCulture Special Interest Group

The purpose of this SIG event is to help us to help you.  Help to define your organisation’s digital skills aims and objectives, let us help you get there!

We will showcase thought-provoking information, highlight challenges and potential solutions.  Hosting group discussions to help cement understanding and provide new insight into the digital skills landscape that you can take away and use going forward.    

Packed agenda to include:

Keynote speakers, presentations from industry, polls, workshops covering:

  • Foundation & Essential (Communicating, handling information, transacting, problem solving, being safe online)
  • Advanced (Specialised skills in designing developing managing and deploying technologies such as high performing computing and AI)
  • Digital Culture (Relationships between human and technology – how to implement a digital culture)

09:30 – 14:00



May 25th 2021

Fit for Purpose Safety Cases in the Nuclear Industry

Building a robust and compliant safety case is essential to the safe management of nuclear projects and the engineers who work on them. Learning from key thought leaders across the nuclear industry can ensure your safety cases meet regulatory standards whilst also meeting budgetary constraints.

Combining best practice and the lessons learned from recent projects direct from nuclear operators, together with guidance from the industry regulator, this seminar provides a unique opportunity for nuclear safety professionals to address and overcome the key challenges for safety case design and implementation. 


  • Chris Quick, Head of Design Authority, HPC, EDF-Energy
  • Michelle Hoy, Head of Design Authority, Nuclear Generation, EDF-Energy Generation
  • Barry Lyons, Office for Nuclear Regulation
  • Huw Kinsman, Radiological Safety Assessor, Sellafield Ltd.
  • Ian Innes, Lead Human Factors Specialist, Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd.
  • Bruce Cletheroe, Lead Facility Assurer, AWE


Wednesday – Friday 

June 9th - 11th 2021

NSAN: GAIN Live Open Course

GAIN live is an interactive teaching session, covering the whole of the ANIA syllabus, delivered by NSAN and a PHD-level nuclear physicist & professional tutor with extensive industry experience. It will be delivered over 3-days with an optional revision day for those wishing to take the exam. See fees and further info below. £325 members plus £75 Exam Fee (optional) £475 non-members plus £75 Exam Fee (optional)

Online registration is available until: 25/05/2021

09:30 – 14:00


Wednesday – Friday

September 8th - 10th 2021

World Nuclear Association Symposium 2021

The World Nuclear Association Symposium is the Premier annual event for the global nuclear industry. 

On 8-10 September 2021, hundreds of top nuclear energy professionals will gather in London, UK for a diverse programme of presentations, hot seat interviews, and high-level panels on the most important industry issues today.

The early bird rates are available until 30 June 2021.

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London, UK


Nov 25th 2021

EI Awards 2021: now open for entries

Enter for free for your chance to win a prestigious EI Award and showcase your achievements in the world of energy. 


Tuesday – Thursday

Nov 30th - Dec 2nd 2021

World Nuclear Exhibition

We are currently exploring all opportunities to postpone WNE focusing on the 4th quarter of 2021 and we will be committed to preserving the key principles that have made WNE successful in the past and have constituted its DNA since 2014: the quality of its International audience, the business leads generation and the promotion of nuclear expertise and innovation .

We thank you for your support during this particularly hectic period and will get back to you very soon to inform you of the dates and location of the 4th edition of WNE.

Paris Nord Villepinte, Hall 7.



Feb 3rd 2022

NDA Supply Chain Event

Launched in 2011, the supply chain event has attracted a total of around 10,000 visitors from more than 20 countries, representing thousands of companies both large and small.

It has been an overwhelming success in engaging with the suppliers that are essential to achieving the NDA’s decommissioning mission.

The event has grown from attracting a few hundred visitors to almost 1,700 and is now the largest event of its kind anywhere in Europe.

It provides an opportunity to network with more than 300 exhibiting companies and is aimed at attracting new business to the nuclear decommissioning sector – with a particular focus on SMEs.

The Supply Chain Award’s ceremony will take place on the same day with the application deadline being 12 noon on 1 October 2021.

The International Centre, Telford


Search through our Members list to work with the key Welsh Suppliers for the Nuclear Industry.

The WNF Steering Group is made up of 9 industry leading professionals who champion ideas from members, and take them forward with the Welsh Government to make a significant impact within the Nuclear Industry.


See the list of WNF Affiliations that are proud to promote and support Welsh-based suppliers within the Nuclear Industry.

For further information on membership or the

Wales Nuclear Forum, please contact

0161 877 7693

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0161 877 7693

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Mon: 8:30 – 5:30

Tue: 8:30 – 5:30

Wed: 8:30 – 5:30

Thu: 8:30 – 5:30

Fri: 8:30 – 5:30