The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has launched a request for proposals seeking partners to work on a new project to provide greater understanding of the cost drivers in the construction of new nuclear power plants. he ETI’s Nuclear Cost Drivers Project will identify and analyse historic, contemporary and future nuclear power projects to identify areas of nuclear power plant design, construction and operation which can deliver cost reductions. The project aims to use a database to develop a cost model to compare different classes of reactor, including Pressurised Water Reactors, Sodium Cooled Fast Reactors, High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactors, Molten Salt Reactors, and Small Modular Reactors.
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