Power struggle: developing the UK's nuclear manufacturing capacity

Nathan, Stuart
October 2013
Engineer (Online Edition);10/22/2013, p2
The article discusses the efforts for the development of British nuclear manufacturing capacity, as well as the possible role to be played by British manufacturing with overseas-designed power stations being built. In maintaining a nuclear industry strategy to promote the development of British nuclear manufacturing capability, the Technology Strategy Board invested about 18 million British pounds in co-funded projects worth 31 million British pounds in 2012.


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