Oregon State University spin-out NuScale Power is set to receive a massive grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) for developing small modular reactor (SMRs). The grant, worth up to $226m, calls for NuScale and its investors to provide matching money and will last for five years. Proceeds from the funds will be used…
NuScale’s nuclear $226m
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