|British Energy (BE) BE is the UK’s biggest producer of electricity and together provides power to a quarter of the country’s population. With a current installed capacity of around 16.5GW, it supplies gas and electricity to over 5.5 million business and residential customers from our nuclear, coal and gas power stations, as well as combined heat and power plants and wind farms.
British Energy delisted from the London Stock Exchange in 2009 and is now part of EDF Energy. The combination of EDF Energy and British Energy forms one of the UK’s largest energy companies.|
|Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (RWMAC) The Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (CoRWM) is a group of independent experts appointed by government. Created in 2003, CoRWM provides independent scrutiny and advice to the UK governments on the long term management of higher activity radioactive wastes.|
|Culham Centre for Fusion Energy The website of Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, the UK's national fusion research laboratory.|
|MF Global MF Global's team provides a centralized liquidity pool for both the sale and purchase of commercial nuclear fuel; along with price hedging, exposure and cash management products. Leveraging our global reach, both in industrial materials and energy fuel supply, our objective is to ensure reliable real-time market price discovery and trade execution, backed up with a range of creative risk management solutions. |
|N-Base Nuclear Information Service The N-Base Information Service has been working for 20 years providing news and research on the UK nuclear industry, in particular the Sellafield and Dounreay sites, nuclear transports, waste production and management, and environmental discharges. |
|Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (UKAEA) The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) is a non-departmental public body created through the Energy Act 2004. The NDA is a strategic authority that owns 19 sites and the associated civil nuclear liabilities and assets of the public sector, previously under the control of UKAEA and BNFL.|
|Nuclear Engineering International One of the leading magazines in the nuclear industry.|
|Nuclear Industry Association (UK) (NIA) The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) is the trade as sociation and representative voice of Britain's civil nuclear industry. It represents more than 250 companies including the operators and vendors of nuclear power stations, those engaged in decommissioning, waste management, nuclear liabilities management and all aspects of the nuclear fuel cycle, nuclear equipment suppliers, engineering and construction firms, nuclear research organizations, and legal, financial and consultancy companies. The Nuclear Industry Association supports a balanced low-carbon energy future for the UK including renewables, clean coal and gas – with nuclear at its low-carbon center.|
|Nuclear Technologies Nuclear Technologies plc is an established supplier of consultancy services to the nuclear industry. The company was formed in 1994 and has an annual turnover in excess of £5 million. Clients are the major British nuclear licensed site operators and their regulators.|
|NuclearMarket.com NuclearMarket.com is a nuclear industry portal that includes procurement services and an industry buyer's guide. |
|Nufcor International Ltd. Headquartered in London, Nufcor International is a premier commercial nuclear fuel trading and finance company. Nufcor International market, trade, finance and manage risk relating to commercial nuclear fuel and associated processes. NIL was recently purchased by Goldman Sachs.|
|Rio Tinto Uranium Rio Tinto is a world leader in finding, mining and processing the earth's mineral resources. Rio Tinto has interests in two uranium mines: Energy Resources of Australia Ltd (ERA) in Australia (68 per cent interest) and Rössing in Namibia (69 per cent interest).|
|Safegrounds The purpose of the SAFEGROUNDS Learning Network is to deliver a rolling program of best practice guidance about the management of contaminated land on nuclear and defense sites. The Network is initially a collaboration between nuclear liability holders and the regulators, contractors and consultants to the nuclear industry but, as it progresses, it will increasingly involve other stakeholders representing public and wider environmental interests.|
|Supporters of Nuclear Energy (SONE) SONE is a new group of individuals of many different disciplines, interests and backgrounds who have come together to promote an informed debate about how the world’s economic development is to be fueled in a sustainable way and nuclear power’s place in global energy supply.|
|The Nuclear Institute (UK) The Nuclear Institute is a charity and is formed of a professional institute and a learned society. This enables it to deal with a diverse range of external stakeholders, governmental, industrial, environmental and ecological to mention just a few. The Institute is also able to offer a range of memberships at both a professorial level, for those seeking registration with the Engineering Council for example, to the layperson with an interest in nuclear matters. The Nuclear Institute was created in 2009 from the merger of the British Nuclear Energy Society and the Institution of Nuclear engineers.|
|Tullett Prebon Tullett Prebon operates as an intermediary in wholesale financial markets facilitating the trading activities of its clients, in particular commercial and investment banks.
|UK’s National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) NNL is a nuclear technology services provider. In particular, it provides independent and authoritative advices to the UK Government pertaining nuclear power technologies and policies.|
|Uranium Resources PLC Uranium Resources Plc (URA) is an AIM-listed exploration and development company focused primarily on acquiring and advancing resource assets with short to medium development cycle requirements.|
|Urenco Limited (ULtd) The Urenco Group provides a high quality, cost effective, and reliable uranium enrichment service to nuclear power utilities worldwide. Urenco's plants employ the gas-centrifuge process. The process is clean, safe, and energy efficient.
Urenco Limited (ULtd) is a UK-registered company based with its Head Office located in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. |
|VANE Minerals Group VANE Minerals is a self-funding exploration company with a substantial portfolio of uranium assets at varying stages of development in the US. The Company has aggressively acquired a substantial portfolio containing a number of high-quality projects in the Colorado Plateau Uranium District in southwestern US, including previously drilled properties. 29 projects have been acquired in the breccia pipe district of northern Arizona. In southeastern Utah, the Company has also acquired the Happy Jack Mine and the North Wash property, having combined existing drill indicated resources of 320,000 pounds of uranium oxide (U3O8).
|World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) The World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) unites all nuclear electricity operators in the world. It facilitates the exchange of operating experience, so that its members can work together to achieve the highest possible standards of safety and reliability in operating their nuclear power plants.|
|World Nuclear Association (WNA) The WNA – formerly the Uranium Institute (UI) – is the international industrial association for energy from nuclear fuel. The WNA is the only independent, non-governmental, global organization to offer a forum for research and debate on economic, technical, and political issues affecting the peaceful use of nuclear energy. |
|World Nuclear Association - Small Nuclear Power Reactors (WNA) The WNA – formerly the Uranium Institute (UI) – is the international industrial association for energy from nuclear fuel. The WNA is the only independent, non-governmental, global organization to offer a forum for research and debate on economic, technical, and political issues affecting the peaceful use of nuclear energy.|
|World Nuclear Transport Institute (WNTI) WNTI was established in 1998 to promote sound and objective principles for ensuring radioactive materials are transported safely, efficiently and reliably within a secure framework. WNTI addresses radioactive materials transport issues facing the nuclear industry.|
|WS Atkins WS Atkins is a supplier of technical and management support services to the nuclear industry, experienced in both military and non-military sectors. Knowledge base includes nuclear facilities and operations, reprocessing and decommissioning, supported by expertise in investigating and resolving a wide range of operational, safety, and technical issues.|
|Young Generation Network (YGN) The Young Generation Network (YGN) is a group created by the Nuclear Institute (NI) to offer the younger members of the NI the opportunity to further their knowledge and facilitate networking between generations. It assists career progression and provides a resource for the future of the industry.
The YGN has been in existence for 14 years and currently consists of over 1500 members, for whom it promotes communication and activity with the many successful young generation networks worldwide.|