Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster (BECBC) is planning to focus on the huge opportunities being created by investments in the nuclear sector at its conference in October, 2015. n-eboc15 (Nuclear Energy Business Opportunities Conference 2015) will take place on October 13 and 14, 2015 at Energus near Workington and aims to bring together global nuclear players with potential partners in the Cumbrian supply chain.
Nuclear Matters announced today that 15 organizations have joined the campaign as Partners, coalescing in their support for existing nuclear energy plants and the need to ensure they are preserved. The diverse cross-section of voices includes environmental, consumer and academic groups, among others. They will work alongside Nuclear Matters’ Leadership Council to raise awareness around the value of the existing nuclear fleet for their benefits in terms of reliability, carbon-free generation, and economic impact. Read more here.