Viability of Deploying Small-scale Nuclear Reactors in Wyoming

Dec 8, 2023 | Nuclear

The Wyoming Energy Authority (WEA) is working with BWXT Advanced Technologies LLC to assess the viability of deploying small-scale nuclear reactors within the state of Wyoming. During this first phase, BWXT is looking to identify areas within the existing supply chain that can assist with reactor component manufacturing and support reactor deployment.

Join us to learn more!
Wednesday, December 13th 10am – 12 noon

The Gillette College Pronghorn Center
3807 College Drive, Gillette, WY 82718

Supply chain needs include:

  • Materials
    • Stainless Steel (316H & XM19)
    • Zirconium
    • Nickel-based alloys such as Inconel
    • Graphite
    • Beryllium
    • Industrial gases (Argon, Nitrogen, etc)
  • Manufactured Products
    • Instrumentation and Controls (Example: Thermocouple)
    • Valves
    • Piping – High volume needed (ASME B31.3 & B31.1)
    • Pumps and Motors
    • Wire and Cable
    • Steam Generators
    • Heat Exchangers
    • Radiation Monitoring
    • Condensers
    • Transformers
  • Services
    • Forging
    • Precision machining (Large and Small)
    • Fabrication (cutting, forming & welding)
    • Assembly and Testing
    • Quality Control and Assurance
      • Metallurgical Analysis
      • Dimensional Inspection
    • Construction contractors
    • Geotechnical engineering

Helpful links:
WEA Energy Matching Funds Review Committee Recommends Two Projects, August 8, 2023
BWXT Awarded Contract to Evaluate Microreactor Deployment for State of Wyoming, September 12, 2023

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