Joined: 05 September 2004
As you may well be aware on the 26th March the government published its new Nuclear Industrial Strategy, which explicitly included reference to fourth generation nuclear technology development.
The month before the government created the new Nuclear Industry Council to replace the old Nuclea Development Forum
I have now written the following letter to DECC in regards to the Nuclear Industry Council
How do I get in touch with the secretariat of the Nuclear Industry Council as I would like to be sent a copy of the Nuclear Industry Council constitution.
I am a Consultant Engineer and member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and would also like to come along to the next meeting of the Nuclear Industry Council in July as an observer.
If the rules of the Nuclear Industry Council constitution prohibit potential new entrants to the nuclear industry from attending as observers or members, then I need to know the exact barriers to entry, so that I might put in place the right corporate strategy to overcome this barriers in due course.
I also would like to publish details of these barriers so that members of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and potential new entrants wishing to develop fourth generation fourth generation Nuclear technologies may engage in developing similar corporate strategies.
I say this because, Engineers and Companies interested in fourth generation Nuclear technologies may want to attend these meetings in the very near future, encouraged by the Governments New Nuclear Strategy and Industrial Vision Statement.