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At MEGA International, we help government organisations and private sector enterprises manage complexity. In today’s fast-paced, and unpredictable global environment, organisations must be forward-looking and agile to adapt to rapidly-changing demands, technologies, and regulatory requirements.
That’s why we offer powerful solutions that enable managers to make the right choices for governing their operations and striking the right balance between capacity for innovation, cost optimisation, and risk management. Backed by our software and the advice of our experts, organisations are poised to improve organisational and IT agility and foster flexibility to change as requirements change.
Through a fully integrated set of software solutions called HOPEX – coupled with services that have been recognised by customers and industry analysts for years – we help organisations address corporate governance challenges and implement successful IT strategy delivery and digital transformation programmes.
As a key player in Decommissioning and Waste Management, Cyclife is EDF Group’s dedicated decommissioning and waste management specialist. Cyclife’s decommissioning concept is a waste-led approach.
• Developing innovative cost effective solutions for waste management and decommissioning.
• Answering the growing need to reduce and recycle waste and preserve disposal capacity.
• Using EDF’s skills and assets to offer efficient decommissioning and waste management solutions following a Waste-led-decommissioning approach.
PSE (www.psenterprise.com) provides the gPROMS Advanced Process Modelling software and related services to the nuclear decommissioning sector.
gPROMS is used to create high-fidelity predictive mathematical models that combine detailed chemistry with process operations such as ion exchange, evaporators and solvent treatment plants. Sophisticated global systems analysis and optimisation tools then enable users to explore the decommissioning process design and operational decision space rapidly and effectively.
Use of PSE’s modelling technology results in safer, more cost-effective nuclear decommissioning via improved design and operation, reduced uncertainty and risk, more effective R&D and faster innovation through better capture and application of corporate knowledge.
Westinghouse provides electric utility companies around the world with the most reliable, dependable nuclear power plants, nuclear fuel, plant automation and operating plant products and services. Innovation has been the cornerstone of Westinghouse Electric Company since it was founded by George Westinghouse in 1886. Today, Westinghouse is the engine of innovation for the nuclear industry, fueled by our team of 12,000 employees globally.
At Westinghouse, we are solely focused on nuclear energy technology. Our vision is simple -- to be the first to innovate the next technology, practice or solution that helps us help customers generate safer, cleaner, more reliable energy for more people and a better planet. No other company is more focused on helping utilities around the world reduce dose, enhance safety, improve outage performance and reduce maintenance costs.
When the era of nuclear energy began more than 50 years ago, we were there. Today, we're leading the way with a new generation of nuclear technology, helping the world meet growing electricity demand with safe, clean, and reliable nuclear energy.
It is one thing to imagine a better world; it’s another to deliver it. The skills within our nuclear power solutions team provide AECOM with an unrivalled expertise to support clients globally, in a wide variety of roles to suit individual project needs.
Our expertise covers the full nuclear power lifecycle, from new build to complex decommissioning programmes. We serve the entire project delivery chain—from initial planning, engineering, procurement, and construction to operations and maintenance to decontamination and decommissioning.
AECOM has more than 40 offices spread across the UK. Our centres of decommissioning expertise are Whitehaven, Warrington and Aberdeen, where the majority of our expert decommissioning teams are based.
Our team of experts work collaboratively with our clients across the lifecycle, to meet the new and ongoing needs of this complex and exciting segment of the power sector.
We have provided multidisciplinary service solutions for the nuclear industry for more than 40 years.
Our experience includes:
• Nuclear new build
• Nuclear decommissioning
• Licensing and permitting
• Capital delivery
• Ancillary design
• Planning and consulting
• BIM and digital design
• Outage support
• Post operational clean out
• Environmental consultancy
• Waste management
With our breadth of resources and expertise, we are uniquely positioned to be a sole-source provider of comprehensive solutions on large, complex global assignments to public and private sector clients.
Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster (BECBC) is a private sector led organisation, with members from SMEs to global companies with business interests in West Cumbria.
BECBC member benefits include networking, promotion, knowledge sharing, specialist sector groups and relationship development with key stakeholders in the supply chain and Cumbrian economy.
State-of-the-art media design, detailed application experience and unsurpassed filtration performance down to 0.05 μm have made Pall Corporation the world standard in nuclear safety, control, radioactive waste treatment and fuel pool clean-up. Pall’s ability to design and manufacture filter elements to meet specific needs that are beyond the capabilities of industry standard filters helps increase operating efficiency and minimize operator exposure, with the backing of expert customer support worldwide.
Women in Nuclear UK (WIN UK) was formed to improve diversity and increase the skills base in the nuclear industry by encouraging gender balance. Run entirely by volunteers its Executive Board and regional teams are focused on three key objectives of Attraction, Retention and Dialogue.
Its mission is to encourage younger women into the nuclear industry through engagement with schools and universities; to support those already in the sector with career progression through mentoring and networking and to lead the conversation on diversity within the sector while also engaging women outside the industry in the debate on nuclear energy.
The Industry Charter, signed by more than 50 organisations, acknowledges the nuclear sector cannot reach its full potential without maximising the talents of all and shows the commitment of signatories to tackling the challenge.
Its annual conference is attended by 200+ people and provides a forum for debate through plenary session as well as personal development opportunities through workshops. This year’s conference looked at how individuals and organisations can use their power to create change.
WiN UK is one of more than 30 international chapters under the umbrella of Women in Nuclear Global, and is part of the Nuclear Institute.