Expected to be worth up to £400 billion by 2035 the global Small Modular Reactor industry has staggering potential. With its heritage, the UK nuclear industry has a chance to stake its claim as a leader within this global market place. NNL, U-Battery, Energy Technologies Institute and the University of Cambridge all spoke exclusively with Nuclear Energy Insider to discuss the potential of the UK SMR industry and what role the UK could play globally.
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Here’s just some of the exclusive insights you’ll receive in these complimentary interviews:
ETI’s Mike Middleton discusses why the UK nuclear industry is so excited about SMR’s and the potential economic benefits
NNL’s Andrew Sherry looks at how the UK can become a leading exporter of SMR’s globally and what opportunities that presents for UK suppliers
Tony Roulstone of the University of Cambridge examines the financing of SMRs and how to make them as commercially viable as possible
U-Battery’s Paul Harding discusses what role SMR’s could play in the decarbonisation of heat and transport in the UK and what this means for Britain’s carbon reduction targets
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