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UK Announces feasibility studies for small modular reactor development

13 september 2018

13 Sep (NucNet): The UK government has announced that eight organisations have been awarded contracts to produce feasibility studies as part of the first phase of an advanced small modular reactor feasibility and development project for which £44m of funding is available.

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