The South West Nuclear Hub is pleased to welcome Global Nuclear Security Partners as the latest member of its Innovation Network.
Global Nuclear Security Partners (GNSP) is a management consultancy specialising in nuclear security and resilience. With over 50 years intelligence and security experience in the UK Government, British Armed Forces and private sector, GNSP has worked across the civil and defence nuclear sectors and in nearly all parts of the nuclear fuel cycle.
— Global Nuclear Security Partners (@GNSPartners) April 29, 2022
GNSP have been involved in supporting nuclear clients as diverse as: EDF; UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority; the Atomic Weapons Establishment; GE Healthcare; Babcock (including Rosyth and Devonport dockyards); BAE Submarines; URENCO and the US National Nuclear Security Administration.
GNSP are currently co-ordinating an international project across industry, including the University of Bristol, and in partnership with colleagues in the Ukrainian Government.
This project seeks to provide urgently needed independent verification of the disposition of nuclear facilities and their respective inventories of nuclear materials that have been affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Nick Tomkinson, Senior Partner at GNSP commented:
“GNSP are proud to be involved at the forefront of innovative thinking in the field of nuclear security. Our joining of the Innovation Network is a sign of our commitment to being an integral part in the future role that nuclear has in the UK and globally.
We believe in growing and developing the global nuclear security community and supporting the next generation of practitioners and look forward to working with the South West Nuclear Hub and other members in delivering this.”
Find out more
- Website: www.gnsp.global/
- Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/company/gnspartners/
- Twitter: twitter.com/GNSPartners
South West Nuclear Hub Innovation Network Membership
Innovation Network membership is aimed at companies seeking to enter the nuclear technology development pipeline, e.g. offering knowledge transfer. Principally spin-outs, start-ups, SMEs and sector-jumpers.
There is no cost to join the Innovation Network, but proactive engagement is expected upon signing the agreement. Members in this tier can progress into the Applied Research membership category when collaborative projects and deeper engagement are initiated. Here, members can choose an incremental, (capped) project-based fee or an upfront flat rate.