The future of the road to net zero must travel along many paths, from renewable energy installations to battery storage and maybe even hydrogen and carbon capture down the road.
Open minds must be part of the conversation, and some high-level energy leaders argue that we cannot achieve those goals without embracing next-gen nuclear power facilities.
Nuclear is currently the only viable, baseload resource with carbon-free attributes. Many commercial and industrial (C&I) customers, such as Microsoft and Dow, are considering opportunities for small modular reactors to provide zero-carbon, flexible power.
This e-book from EnergyTech highlights the progressions and challenges to achieving next-gen small nuclear energy projects for the future of the C&I Energy Transition.