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  • URENCO not in discussion with Japanese government regarding sale

    In response to recent media speculation, URENCO and its shareholders confirm that no negotiations have taken place, nor are underway with the Japanese Government or Centrus in relation to a sale of its business or assets. URENCO continues to focus on its global operations as a leader in uranium enrichment…

  • Memorandum of Understanding with Bruce Power Signals Continued Investment for U-Battery in Canada

    U-Battery is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Bruce Power, a supplier of 30 per cent of electricity in the Canadian Province of Ontario. URENCO, AMEC NSS Limited and Bruce Power finalised the partnership agreement, which outlines: Cooperation in the process of design review and…

  • URENCO comment on Oxford Economics/NIA study

    URENCO read with interest the NIA’s release today about civil nuclear's £6.4 billion contribution to the UK economy.  Martin Pearson, Managing Director, URENCO UK said: “For more than 45 years we have been proud of our role in supporting the sustainable generation of low carbon electricity…

  • URENCO Nuclear Stewardship signs contract with the Ministry of Defence

    A contract to store Ministry of Defence (MOD) submarine reactor pressure vessels (RPVs) at URENCO Nuclear Stewardship in Capenhurst was signed on Friday 3 November. This follows the announcement last year we were the MOD’s preferred site. URENCO Nuclear Stewardship, formerly called  Capenhurst Nuclear Services, will be responsible…

  • BMUB report published

    The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear  (BMUB) has published a report on the “Assessment of the legal preconditions under which it would be possible to decommission uranium enrichment and nuclear fuel production in Germany”. It has been noted by URENCO and we…