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Investing in the UK’s future

Springfields at 75

The site powering the UK’s clean energy

On 28th March 1946, Springfields was named as the site for nuclear fuel production for the UK and has played a vital role for both the industry and the UK ever since. Today, Springfields manufactures the nuclear fuel which produces around 32% of the UK’s low carbon electricity – playing a key role in the UK achieving its Net Zero by 2050 clean energy ambitions.

Care About Carbon. Care About Nuclear Energy.

Nuclear energy is part of the solution for those who care about a changing climate.

You care about creating a carbon-free future. So why should you also care about the benefits of nuclear energy? Because nuclear power offers these important benefits while providing safe, clean and reliable energy:

Celebrating 70 years of Apprentice Training at Springfields, for UK National Apprentice Week 2021

It is the 14th annual UK National Apprenticeship Week (8th to 14th February 2021) – an annual week-long celebration of apprenticeships. Last year, our Springfields Apprentice Training Centre celebrated its 70th anniversary, having trained more than 30% of the current Springfields workforce, and more than 2,000 apprentices since 1950.

Bridging the Digital Gap

Innovative Technology and Industry Expertise offer a Simplified Path to Plant Modernization

When the world’s first AP1000® plants came online at the Sanmen and Haiyang sites with no major startup issues, it confirmed for the world what we already knew – our instrumentation and control (I&C) solutions bring peace of mind to utilities concerned about their systems’ reliability. But how does this success translate to operating plants across the globe?

Westinghouse Program Awarded £10m From UK Government Advanced Modular Reactor Project

Springfields, Lancashire – Westinghouse Electric Company today announced their Lead-cooled Fast Reactor (LFR) program has successfully progressed to Phase 2 of the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) Advanced Modular Reactor (AMR) Feasibility and Development project, receiving £10m ($12.5m) in funding from the BEIS Energy Innovation Portfolio. The funding will help to advance nuclear technology through innovation in order to deliver reliable, clean energy for future generations.