Other sectors have the skills you need

Daly, Neil
July 2009
Utility Week;7/10/2009, p32
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the commitment of French energy operator EDF to commission the first new nuclear plant in Great Britain by 2017. It explores the problems with developing a nuclear power station in the country. The initiatives of the National Skills Academy Nuclear (NSAN) and the Nuclear World Class Skills Conference in trying to find solutions to the skills shortage in the industry are discussed.


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