Nuclear energy — the challenges and opportunities for UK business
By Martin McKervey
We were very pleased to be involved with and to contribute to the inaugural Made in the UK Conferences & Exhibition, which took place on 21–22 July 2014 at the BT Convention Centre in Liverpool. The conferences reflected on and captured the importance of infrastructure and energy to our economy and the scale of the opportunities for UK companies in the delivery of key infrastructure projects involving shale gas, nuclear energy and renewable energy.
We sponsored the Nuclear Energy Conference. It was a privilege to join the stellar line-up of guest speakers, which included Mike Tynan of the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, James Law of STS Defence, Julien Ciamaca and Paul Hinson of EDF Energy, Jenna Graseley of Sheffield Forgemasters International and Chris Savage of the Nuclear Industry Association.
There were some very clear and succinct messages to emerge from the keynote addresses and the panel discussion that followed. I wanted to capture and share them…
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