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The US Department of Energy (DOE) on 16 December announced $30 million in initial funding for one of three programmes under its Advanced Reactor Demonstration Programme (ARDP).

Date: Friday, 18 December 2020
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Bruce Power and Westinghouse Electric Company have agreed to pursue applications of Westinghouse's eVinci micro reactor programme within Canada. The companies said the agreement supports efforts by the federal and provincial governments to study applications for nuclear technology to reach their goal of a Net Zero Canada by 2050.

Date: Tuesday, 13 October 2020
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US Secretary of Energy Rick Perry on 27 April announced $60m in support of advanced nuclear technology development for 13 projects. These selections were the first under Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Office of Nuclear Energy’s US Industry Opportunities for Advanced Nuclear Technology Development funding opportunity announcement (FOA), and they will be reviewed quarterly over the next five years. DOE intends to apply up to $40m of additional FY 2018 funding to the subsequent two quarterly award cycles for innovative proposals under this FOA.  

Date: Wednesday, 02 May 2018
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The UK government has published a policy paper outlining the first phase of a competition to "identify the best value small modular reactor (SMR) design" for potential deployment. The Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) also released "eligibility criteria" for the first phase, which it said "will be the first opportunity to engage in discussions with government" in a "structured dialogue". An 'SMR roadmap' will be developed in parallel with the first phase, which the DECC said "will summarise the evidence so far, set out the policy framework and assess the potential, for one or more possible pathways for SMRs to help the UK achieve its energy objectives, while delivering economic benefits".

Date: Friday, 18 March 2016
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