2018-07

July 2018

Bruce Power and Rolls-Royce expand digital partnership

In a move that supports Bruce Power’s vision of providing reliable electricity to Ontario until 2064, Rolls-Royce has signed a memorandum of understanding to be Bruce Power’s digital partn...

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BWXT SIGNS MEDICAL ISOTOPE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH BRUCE POWER

(LYNCHBURG, Va. – July 12, 2018) – BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:BWXT) announced that a subsidiary has signed an agreement with Bruce Power that will enable the two companies to collaborate...

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Moltex Energy signs agreement for first deployment of its SSR-W nuclear reactor in New Brunswick

Just weeks after its success in being selected as a winner in the UK government’s Advanced Modular Reactors competition, Moltex is delighted to announce that it has also been selected by New Br...

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L3 MAPPS to Support Terrestrial Energy With Advanced Reactor Technology Development

MONTREAL, July 19, 2018 – L3 MAPPS and Terrestrial Energy announced today that they have signed an agreement to develop real-time simulation for Terrestrial Energy’s Integral Molten Salt R...

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SNC-Lavalin to decommission research reactor

The Slowpoke-2 reactor has operated at the SRC's Environmental Analytical Laboratories in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for 37 years. The low-power reactor, which is mainly used as an analytical tool for ne...

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OCNI / Bruce Power IRSN office opening in Port Elgin

The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries Secures Office Space in Bruce County January 12, 2018, Bruce County, Ontario. The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) announced to...

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News Release: US-based SNC-Lavalin JV affiliate signs multi-year contract with Holtec to decommission US nuclear power plant

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