Research and analysis
Economic Benefit of Improving the UK's Nuclear Supply Chain Capabilities
- Department for Business, Innovation & Skills and Department of Energy & Climate Change
- Part of:
- Nuclear Industrial Strategy, Industrial strategy: government and industry in partnership, Energy industry and infrastructure licensing and regulation, Radioactive and nuclear substances and waste, UK energy security, Industrial strategy, and Low carbon technologies
- 26 March 2013
Analysis by Oxford Economics on opportunities in the nuclear sector, and the potential to expand UK industry market share.
Ref: BIS/13/633 PDF, 1.63MB, 122 pages
The economic benefit of the improving the UK's nuclear supply chain capabilities: data underlying charts and tables
MS Excel Spreadsheet, 4.09MB
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Quantifies the potential economic impacts associated with developing the capabilities of the UK’s nuclear supply chain, based upon direct industry consultation. It:
- reviews current UK’s supply chain capabilities (defined as any work that can be undertaken within the UK)
- provides international case studies
- assesses a range of potential levels of domestic content within new nuclear projects in UK
- analyses scenarios where UK economic activity is increased above the baseline
- provides a cost-benefit analysis of policies contained in the Nuclear Supply Chain Action Plan
See also the Nuclear Industrial Strategy.
Published: 26 March 2013
Part of: Nuclear Industrial Strategy Industrial strategy: government and industry in partnership Energy industry and infrastructure licensing and regulation Radioactive and nuclear substances and waste UK energy security Industrial strategy Low carbon technologies