Rolls-Royce pushes forward with 470MW SMR nuclear plant design

Michael Holder
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Engineering giant starts UK regulatory approval process for small modular reactor design following government funding boost

Rolls-Royce is pushing forward with its plans to build a fleet of small nuclear power plants in a bid to support the UK's net zero ambitions, today announcing it has officially started the regulatory approval...

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