Civil Nuclear: Public Affairs & PR Support

Brevia Nuclear is the leading public affairs and public relations consultancy supporting the UK civil nuclear sector. Our experienced team of consultants, led by John Clarke (former Nuclear Decommissioning Authority CEO), have supported clients covering the full spectrum of the civil nuclear sector including waste management and decommissioning, new build, advanced technologies including AMR and SMR, fuel manufacture, research and innovation, waste storage, and fuel transportation.

The consultancy delivers straightforward public affairs and public relations services to civil nuclear companies needing support with national and local media, and in the major political capitals including London (Westminster and Whitehall), Washington DC, Brussels, Edinburgh, Cardiff, and Belfast. We also deliver support at the local government level.

Amongst our range of services includes crisis communications training and supporting clients to deliver successful events and stakeholder engagement programmes at the World Nuclear Symposium and Nuclear Week in Parliament.

Our team includes:

  • John Clarke has worked in the civil nuclear sector for over 40 years and held a number of senior executive roles including Deputy Managing Director of Sellafield Ltd, Managing Director of International Nuclear Services Ltd and CEO of the NDA.
  • Mike Tynan has worked in the sector for over 40 years.  His senior leadership roles include CEO of Westinghouse UK and, most recently, the inaugural CEO of Cwmni Egnio Ltd.

Brevia Nuclear is a member of the Nuclear Industry Association




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Brevia delivers tailored support to organisations operating in the civil nuclear sector. Our three-step process offers a straightforward approach to delivering crucial intelligence, strategic advice and stakeholder engagement.

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