Ontario Power Generation

NuScale is working with Ontario Power Generation Inc. (OPG) to commercialize small modular reactor (SMR) technology in Canada. NuScale’s innovative and unique SMR design has unparalleled safety and reliability features, is factory-made, and offers scalable power based on need—an unprecedented capability in the nuclear energy industry.

OPG has remarkable nuclear regulatory and utility expertise, which it offers in support of our Vendor Design Review with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and our larger efforts to develop, license, and deploy the first NuScale SMR plant in Canada. NuScale is well-positioned to ensure that our innovative SMR technology meets Canadian regulatory requirements, and with a strong ally in OPG, we are poised to expand our carbon-free SMR technology into the Canadian market in support Canada’s climate change goals.

Bruce Power L.P.

NuScale has partnered with Bruce Power L.P., Canada’s first private generator of nuclear energy, on a project to develop a business case for introducing our safe, scalable, economic, and carbon-free small modular reactor (SMR) to the Canadian market. This collaboration, along with our Vendor Design Review work with Ontario Power Generation, Inc., powerfully demonstrates Canada’s growing enthusiasm for our innovative and advanced nuclear technology.

Bruce Power will leverage its considerable expertise in nuclear plant management to support evaluation, planning, and licensing activities that will demonstrate the value proposition for NuScale’s technology as the right choice for Ontario and Canada. The project will communicate the outcomes associated with NuScale plant deployment across the Province of Ontario, provide feasibility studies for proposed SMR sites, and conduct NuScale SMR plant evaluation exercises to demonstrate the range of benefits our technology can provide for Canadian customers. This work is also strongly aligned with Bruce Power’s efforts to provide low-cost, clean, reliable electricity to Canadian families and businesses for Canada’s overall clean energy and climate goals.