Welcoming our new CEO at the Nuclear AMRC
Congratulations to Andrew Storer, who has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of our Nuclear AMRC after two years as Managing Director there.
He succeeds Mike Tynan, who has now retired after four years leading the centre and 42 years in the nuclear industry.
Andrew joined the Nuclear AMRC as Managing Director in October 2015, and in August 2017 he was promoted to Chief Executive Officer with overall responsibility for leadership and strategy.
Andrew started his career as an Apprentice at NEI International Combustion (acquired by Rolls-Royce in 1989).
He went on to work on submarine reactors for Rolls-Royce and the Ministry of Defence, moving from product design to fleet in-service support, before helping set up the civil nuclear business at Rolls-Royce.
Andrew was previously Programme Director for Rolls-Royce's civil nuclear business, leading customer engagement and working with new build developers in the UK and overseas. He also led a number of supply chain development initiatives for the Nuclear Industry Council.
Andrew said: “We have a lot to do at the Nuclear AMRC and, as the new Chief Executive, it really does excite me. I look forward to continuing to work with everyone at the centre and all our members, partners and friends in the nuclear industry.”
The Nuclear AMRC is a collaboration of academic and industrial partners from across the civil nuclear manufacturing supply chain, with the mission of helping UK manufacturers win work at home and worldwide.