SMRs in Resource Planning
FY22 Legislative Priorities
DOE FY2022 Legislative Priorities
U.S.-Canadian Collaboration on SMR Deployment
Markets & Commercial Prospects
Economics of Small Modular Reactors
FY2018 DOE Budget
SMR Start – Input to DOE’s FY18 Spending on SMRs
SMR Start has established Legislative Principles for the FY2018 DOE Budget that will help accelerate the development of SMRs.
Sixteen House Republicans ask President Trump to support SMRs to help reestablish the U.S. as a world leader in nuclear technology.
Oregon Governor Otter asks President Trump to support SMRs, clean, efficient, safe and scalable technology that could reshape commercial nuclear energy in America.
DOE proposes an SMR Enterprise Innovation program of $750 million over four years to accelerate SMR development.
DOE proposes to Congressional appropriators additional DOE actions to support SMRs.
SMRs in the States
SMR Start – State Options for New Nuclear
Advanced Nuclear Commercialization
SMR Start – Advanced Nuclear Commercialization Model
SMRs and Grid Reliability
DOE initiates study to explore critical issues central to protecting the long-term reliability of the electric grid.
SMR Start asks DOE to include consideration of new generation, in addition to existing reactors, in study on grid reliability.
SMRs for National Security and Mission Critical Activities
DOE highlights SMR’s capability to critically enhance national security by providing robust power for critical national security missions.
DOE sponsored report highlights opportunities for SMRs to enhance national energy security and demonstrate US leadership.
Federal Power Purchase Agreements
DOE funded report identifies options for federal agencies to procure power generated by SMRs.