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"'Through this agreement, the three companies will produce technical specifications and a regulatory considerations document on the MPS that will be used to engage regulators and potential customers,' NuScale said. The companies will also 'work together to evaluate commercial deployment opportunities where the MPS could be deployed either as the sole power source, coupled with renewables, or used to generate clean fuels, such as hydrogen and ammonia, economically and at commercial scale.'

NuScale and Quebec-based Prodigy have been collaborating since 2018 to investigate the feasibility of integrating NuScale Power Modules into Prodigy's MPS, and have completed the conceptual design and economic assessment phases. In May this year, the two companies signed an MoU to support business opportunities for a marine-deployed nuclear power plant using the NuScale small modular reactor (SMR).

Prodigy is beginning engagement with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and is in the process of proposing pre-licensing activities for it marine-based nuclear power plant systems."

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