ETI launches small nuclear reactor 'enabler' project

James Murray
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ETI launches small nuclear reactor 'enabler' project

New £300,000 study aims to identify the initial work that will have to be done over the next five years to deliver a small nuclear reactor in the UK by 2030

The government's high profile small nuclear reactor R&D programme received a boost today, as the Energy Technology Institute (ETI) unveiled plans for a major new research project to identify the initial...

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