4th July 2023
Rolls-Royce SMR has confirmed that it will continue as an Inclusion and Diversity in Nuclear (IDN) industry partner for 2023.
Greg Turner-Smart, Inclusion Manager at Rolls-Royce SMR, said: “We’re in a unique position, as a relatively new organisation in the nuclear sector, to be able to embed a culture that we believe will make Rolls-Royce SMR a great place to work, and that means a truly inclusive culture.
“Our inclusion strategy makes it clear that we can’t do this alone – we need to learn from others, share our experiences and collaborate across nuclear and engineering to ensure that our whole sector is inclusive. Our partnership with IDN provides us with a great means to do that and we’re excited to continue our work together in 2023.”
IDN co-founder, Monica Mwanje, said: “We are so pleased to have Rolls-Royce SMR continue as an Industry Partner for this year. We are encouraged to see an organisation, at the forefront of the nuclear industry, make this commitment to foster inclusion within the industry.”
Rolls-Royce SMR uses established nuclear technology, supported by over seven decades of experience in designing and delivering nuclear technology, to offer a sustainable, low-cost, repeatable and scalable product that can be rolled out around the world.
Each Rolls-Royce SMR ‘factory-built’ nuclear power plant will generate 470MW of low-carbon, always-on electricity – enough to power a million homes.
IDN is a not-for-profit initiative founded in 2019 and aims to provide useful and practical information and support around inclusion, equity and diversity. It provides a space for leaders, managers and individuals within the nuclear industry to share ideas and experiences, ask questions and work together to drive a more inclusive working culture.
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