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Rolls Royce Plc

Po Box 3
Patchway
Bristol
BS34 7QE
United Kingdom

Telephone : 0117 979 1234
Fax : 0117 979 5117
Web : www.rollsroyce.co.uk


Article archive for Rolls Royce Plc;

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Rolls-Royce SMR design moves to next stage of regulatory assessment 04 April 2023

Rolls-Royce SMR has progressed to Step 2 of the Generic Design Assessment (GDA) following the successful completion of the first step in the assessment by the UK’s independent nuclear regulators....

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Rolls-Royce SMR to explore joint opportunities for small modular reactors in Finland and Sweden 28 March 2023

Rolls-Royce SMR and Fortum have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to jointly explore the opportunities for the deployment of small modular reactors (SMR) in Finland and Sweden. The talks are the latest to take place between Rolls-Royce SMR and European nations following similar agreements with customers in Poland and Czechia....

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Rolls-Royce working with industrial group on the potential deployment of SMRs in Poland 14 February 2023

Rolls-Royce SMR has signed a memorandum of intent (MOI) with Polish industrial group, Industria, allowing the companies to collaborate on the deployment of small modular reactors (SMRs) in Poland....

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Factory-built nuclear power plants could be operating in Czech Republic by early 2030s 31 January 2023

A delegation from Rolls-Royce travelled to the Czech Republic recently to discuss plans for deploying a fleet of small modular rectors (SMRs) in the region. Tom Samson, Rolls-Royce SMR CEO, led the visit which builds on an agreement signed between Rolls-Royce and Czech utility company CEZ in 2020....

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Rolls-Royce SMR announces potential UK reactor sites 15 November 2022

Rolls-Royce SMR has identified four potential sites for deploying its power stations, which could deliver a total of 15GW of new low-carbon power. All four locations are current nuclear sites owned by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), which supported the siting assessment review....

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Rolls-Royce SMR announces shortlist of potential sites for its first factory 05 July 2022

On July 4, Rolls-Royce SMR announced a shortlist of potential locations for its first factory to create heavy pressure vessels for its small modular reactor power stations. The factory will be the largest and most complex of the company’s three proposed factories, and will create more than 200 jobs at the winning location....

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Rolls-Royce SMR is now fully funded after £85m backing from Qatar 04 January 2022

Rolls-Royce announced on December 20 that it had reached an agreement with Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) to invest £85 million in the company’s small modular reactors (SMR). The investment follows £210 million of new funding provided by the UK government in November and means that the Rolls-Royce SMR business is now fully funded, having secured £490 million....

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NuScale and Rolls-Royce take forward small modular nuclear reactor (SMR) plans 16 January 2017

NuScale Power has asked the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to approve the company's small modular reactor (SMR) commercial power plant design, the first time an SMR design certification application has been submitted to the NRC. And in the UK, Rolls-Royce has announced the industrial partners with whom it plans to take forward its own SMR plans....

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Acid tank explosion at US Rolls-Royce plant injures nine 31 March 2014

On March 28, an explosion involving a tank of nitric acid injured nine workers at a Rolls-Royce plant near the Indianapolis International Airport. Firefighters said a 250-gallon tank of nitric acid exploded and released a cloud of vapour that left the workers suffering from acid burns and breathing problems....