Growing Confidence From Fit For Nuclear (F4N) Companies
- Strata completes Phase 1 of BEIS Direct Air Capture innovation competition
- Supporting the UK’s net zero ambitions
- Consortium awarded Government Direct Air Capture funding
- Carbon capture takes centre stage at Science Museum’s new exhibit
- ‘Green’ aviation jet fuel project on schedule
- Strata collaborates with the Energy Institute at the University of Sheffield to produce ‘green’ aviation jet fuel
- Strata’s Dr Roger Kimber appears in Leaders Council podcast alongside Sir Geoff Hurst
- A successful transition to ISO 45001
- New partnership services European Hemp and Cannabis market
- Portable MEG reclamation demonstration plant destined for Gulf of Mexico
- Strata delivers carbon capture project for University of Nottingham
- Strata collaborates on Cranfield University pilot plant
Strata was one of 116 companies that recently took part in the Nuclear AMRC’s Impact Survey 2018 of companies who are either progressing through the process or are already granted full Fit for Nuclear (F4N) status.89% of participants would recommend Fit for Nuclear (F4N) to other manufacturers and 57% reported both increased confidence and greater awareness of opportunities within the nuclear market. Significantly, 91% expected turnover to grow in the next 12 months and 21% have already won new orders in nuclear.
Strata’s Managing Director, Dr Roger Kimber commented, “Overall, Fit for Nuclear has been a fantastic scheme which has certainly helped to develop and improve the business. I am hopeful that more recent developments, such as the F4N Connect portal, will improve our chances of winning work in the nuclear sector.”
Nuclear AMRC is continuing to develop the Fit for Nuclear (F4N) programme and provide extra support to UK manufacturers so we would urge any SME’s interested in supplying the nuclear industry to find out more about the F4N programme here.
Read more about the report findings on the Nuclear Industry Association’s website.
Or download the 2018 F4N impact survey report via Nuclear AMRC’s website.