Unite said it wanted a maximum of three designs to be licensed by the UK nuclear regulator, the Nuclear Installations Inspectorate (NII).
What does NII stand for?
NII stands for Nuclear Installations Inspectorate
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We have 50 other meanings of NII in our Acronym Attic
- Negara Islam Indonesia
- Negative Impedance Inverter (electrical engineering)
- Net Interest Income
- Net Investment Income
- Network Intelligence India Pvt Ltd
- Networks and Information Integration
- Non Intrusive Inspection
- Non Intrusive Instrumentation (research; various organizations)
- Non-Ideal Interleaving
- Non-Intrusive Imaging (security)
- Networks and Information Integration Overarching Integrated Product Team
- Nevada Independent Insurance Agents (est. 1946; Carson City, NV)
- New Islamabad International Airport (Pakistan)
- Nigerian Institute of International Affairs
- National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council
- Nuovo Istituto Italiano Arti Grafiche (Italian: New Italian Graphic Arts Institute)
- National Initiative to Improve Adolescent Health
- National Information Infrastructure Backbone (Nigeria)
- New Insights into Business (book)
- NIMA Intelligence Brief
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Nuclear Installations Inspectorate is expected to reduce the shortlist of designs down to three next month and then grant licences to the successful designs within two to three years.
Two weeks ago, the Nuclear Installations Inspectorate gave it the all clear and allowed Reactor Two to be restarted on Sunday.
The Nuclear Installations Inspectorate is reviewing a report and will decide if operations can restart in the coming weeks.
The move, which follows protests from environment groups about contamination of marine life, was announced by pollution watchdog the Environment Agency and the Nuclear Installations Inspectorate of the Health and Safety Executive.
Following the completion of the trial in late 2003 the results were sent to the Environment Agency (EA), the Health and Safety Executive's Nuclear Installations Inspectorate (NII) and Nirex for assessment.
A probe by HM Nuclear Installations Inspectorate has now found a combination of "procedural and hardware" deficiencies were to blame.
The company - which was formerly known as Nycomed Amersham plc - is regulated by the Nuclear Installations Inspectorate (NII) because of the radioactive material on site.