15 May '11, 3pm

Smale Scale Nukes | Alternative Energy Stocks

The company proposes to assemble a group of twelve modules for a 540 MWe power plant. Such a plant would be considerably smaller than conventional power plants that often feature reactors with 1000 MWe capacity. Herein resides another advantage touted by NuScale engineers. The smaller scale design has just 4% of the nuclear fuel inventory of a conventional reactor, putting significantly less radiation at risk per operating unit.

Full article: http://www.altenergystocks.com/archives/2011/05/smale_sca...

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