The South West Nuclear Hub welcomes Apollo as a new Innovation Network member


Apollo are a UK based consultancy delivering sustainable solutions for the energy sector, working with technology start-ups through to huge established projects such as Hinkley Point C. With an emphasis on supporting the transition to a Net Zero future, Apollo strive for safe and responsible engineering solutions which cover nuclear, offshore renewables and hydrogen and carbon capture projects.

Speaking on joining the Hub as an Innovation Member, Jonathan White, Regional Director at Apollo said:

“Apollo has a significant focus on the South West and the net zero opportunities that are evident in the region in nuclear and across the energy spectrum. We are looking forward to building on our track record and experience at Hinkley Point C here in the South West, and applying this to the Sizewell C project in Suffolk. This newly established partnership with the South West Nuclear Hub will aid in solidifying Apollo’s reach in the region and expanding further into the wider nuclear industry.”

Tom Robinson, Research and Strategy Manager with the South West Nuclear Hub said: 

"It gives me great pleasure to welcome Apollo as an Innovation Member of the South West Nuclear Hub. Apollo’s expertise across the energy sector will help the South West Nuclear Hub position nuclear within, and as a key part of, the energy system. Apollo’s values link strongly with our own aims and ambitions and I look forward to working with Apollo to grow their nuclear portfolio and to support the growth of UK nuclear."

With over a decade of experience in the energy industry, Apollo have stepped into nuclear with established knowledge and presence. As well as development and advisory support on nuclear projects, Apollo offers Apollo KnowHow™ asset management. This is a data agnostic tool which can be applied to various equipment types including pressure systems, pipelines and Ex system inspection.

South West Nuclear Hub Innovation 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.

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