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Sparty 04-10-2018 12:37 AM

Smaller likely better - Next generation of advanced nuclear reactors
 
The next generation of advanced nuclear reactors is less than a decade away from deployment. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NRC) will
soon receive the first small modular reactor (SMR) design for certification amid expectations commissioning will begin in the mid-2020s.

The white paper examines the progress being made by developers and their supply chain partners towards commercialization, and the potential
national and global markets for advanced nuclear reactors.

White paper - Small Module Reactors

Sparty 12-26-2020 05:38 AM

Integral Molten Salt Reactor, or IMSR

One IMSRŪ power plant will generate 195 megawatts of electricity per unit

2 IMSRs enough to power Denver pop 700K

https://www.terrestrialenergy.com/ad...eactor-design/


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