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Wednesday
Mar022016

Clean nuclear energy future one step closer

SEATTLE -- An Oregon company just hit a major milestone in the plans to develop the nation's first commercial small modular reactor.

The U.S. Department of Energy has granted permission for a Utah electric co-op to evaluate potential locations for a nuclear power plant. NuScale, based in Corvallis, Oregon, is leading the way to develop a clean nuclear energy solution.

The company, co-founded by Dr. Jose Reyes, is pushing the new SMR design which it says solves the safety and economical challenges of a traditional nuclear power plant.

"I think it’s a real game changer," said Dr. Reyes. "The design is for the reactor to shut itself down, and stay cool, without any operator action."


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