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Leading world to tackle Fukushima legacy

When Chris Woolhouse applied to join REACT Engineering in West Cumbria little did he know only a few years later he would be flying out to Japan to help solve one of the globe’s biggest nuclear issues.

New guide

A new guide to Whitehaven has been launched with the aim of bringing together the town’s traders and Sellafield Ltd staff.

Read our Energy Coast supplement in e-edition format

EM Energy May 2014 front You can read our Energy Coast supplement in e-edition format so you can see all the pages as they appeared in the printed product.

Energy Coast supplement archive

EM Energy front cover - 07/07/09 Read past editions of Energy Coast supplement in e-edition format.


LEP masterplan could create 15,000 new jobs


LOCAL enterprise partnerships across the UK have spent the past 18 months coming up with a masterplan – an economic vision for their areas. The public-private sector board has now revealed its wishlist – how it will create up to 15,000 additional jobs using its share of £1bn.

Alison Johnston

ALISON JOHNSTON is a partner with Dodd and Co accountants based in Carlisle. She is the Treasurer for Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster, an active Board member and the leader of the BECBC Business Support Sector Group.


Is Cumbria ready for the challenge ahead?

CUMBRIA’S MPs give their views on the key energy issues which have a huge impact on how the county operates. However Sir Tony Cunningham, MP for Workington, remained sceptical about onshore winding, saying “We don’t want any more - we’ve got enough.” This raises questions about whether the energy and tourism industries can work in harmony, which according to most of Cumbria’s MPs, shouldn’t be a problem.


Trainees get hands-on boost

APPRENTICES hoping to be the next generation of nuclear workers have received a training boost.


Hundreds of jobs would be created by extension


HUNDREDS of new jobs will be created when a windfarm off the Cumbria coast is extended.


Jobs boost for safety firm


A BUSINESS in West Cumbria is to celebrate a new era of growth and create 12 new jobs thanks to an Investing in Business funding award from Britain’s Energy Coast.


Celebrate with awards

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ENERGY related businesses will be among those taking part in the annual CN Group Business Awards to be launched later this month.


Summer packed with great events


NUCLEAR Management Partners has demonstrated its commitment to the community of West Cumbria with its sponsorship of a host of events this summer.

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