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Nuclear Industry Update Construction Industry Council October 9 th 2013 PowerPoint Presentation
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Nuclear Industry Update Construction Industry Council October 9 th 2013

Nuclear Industry Update Construction Industry Council October 9 th 2013

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Nuclear Industry Update Construction Industry Council October 9 th 2013

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  1. WWW.NIAUK.ORG Nuclear Industry Update Construction Industry Council October 9th 2013 Chris Savage Industrial Adviser Nuclear Industry Association

  2. WWW.NIAUK.ORG Decommissioning and Waste Management

  3. WWW.NIAUK.ORG New Build Plans for UK EDF Energy UK 2 x 1600 MW EPRs for Hinkley Point 2 x 1600 MW EPRs for Sizewell 4 operating by 2025 Horizon Nuclear Power Ltd Technology Choice: Hitachi ABWR Plans for 3GWe at Wylfa and Oldbury NuGeneration Ltd (Iberdrola/GDF Suez Joint Venture) Up to 3600MWe operating by 2023 at Moorside Technology to be decided

  4. WWW.NIAUK.ORG NIA UK Capability Study 2012 Report published December 2012

  5. WWW.NIAUK.ORG Assumed UK 16GWe new build programme

  6. WWW.NIAUK.ORG Industry Capabilities:

  7. WWW.NIAUK.ORG Industry Capabilities:

  8. WWW.NIAUK.ORG UK nuclear industry employment Manpower

  9. WWW.NIAUK.ORG New build manpower projection

  10. WWW.NIAUK.ORG New build manpower by trades

  11. WWW.NIAUK.ORG Government Initiatives Supply Chain Action Plan December 2012 • 30 actions Nuclear Industrial Strategy March 2013 • 21 actions

  12. WWW.NIAUK.ORG Action Plan on Supply Chain and Skills

  13. WWW.NIAUK.ORG Support for replacement new build reaches a new high point of 50% Base: Ipsos MORI poll. Base: All adults aged 16+ (1,000 – 2,000). Fieldwork December 2011

  14. Clean, Reliable, Secure, Affordable WWW.NIAUK.ORG If more of Britain’s energy came from nuclear sources, do you think it would lead to higher or lower energy bills for consumers, or would there be no effect? 22% 6% How would you rank the following energy sources in terms of keeping the lights on? (mean scores) Source: Ipsos MORI poll, November 2012

  15. NIAUK.ORG NUCLEARSUPPLYCHAIN.COM