Long term vision and collaboration will be critical to the future of nuclear infrastructure
Marking a key moment in the government’s long-term ambition for nuclear power, secretary of state for energy security Grant Shapps claimed that we were seeing “the first brush strokes of our nuclear power renaissance to power up Britain”.
In changing the way we operate as an industry, we move closer and closer to being able to achieve the sector’s aspirations effectively and efficiently, no matter how ambitious they may seem.
Executive Managing Director, Infrastructure
Tony continued to say, "There is much still to be done on our journey to improve infrastructure, and similarly to achieve the government’s commitment of nuclear power providing a quarter of the UK’s electricity by 2050. Today is as good a day as any for us all to take that first step."
In his latest opinion article, Tony Gates, Sir Robert McAlpine’s Executive Managing Director writes about how long term vision and collaboration will be critical to the future of nuclear infrastructure.
Read the full article in New Civil Engineer.