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Episode #65: 'Taking Small Modular Reactors From Hype To Reality In Ontario' With Robin Manley, Ontario Power Generation [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast]

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To foster the clean energy transition, the power sector has been seeking out all the carbon-free generation sources possible. Existing nuclear plants have long held a key role in providing clean energy to the grid, but North America has largely..

Advanced Welding Techniques for Nuclear Power Plant Construction

This article talks about the concept and advantages of employing some advanced welding techniques in nuclear power plant construction in which it can provide cost savings and flexibility as well as increasing the deposition welding rate and weld..

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