Utilizing nuclear reactors for water desalination, hydrogen generation, clean diesel and low-temperature heat applications (district heating, heat source for farming) while load following generation to provide reliable and passively managed grid stability are just some of the options of a nuclear energy future.
Be it metallic fuel, nitride fuel, molten-salt fuel of even TRISO adopting CURIO™’s NuCycle™ technologies has it covered. With the ability to recycle any advanced reactor fuel generated by next-gen reactors, CURIO™ stands by to provide the industry with peace of mind to kick start those next gen reactor systems.
From sustaining existing nuclear reactors, infrastructure and facilities, securing a reliable supply chain is critical to ensuring long term success of the present and future fleets.
With an aging fleet and a limited amount of domestic support, CURIO™ is stepping up to the plate.
CURIO™ is investing resources to find innovative and out of the box solutions to keep your reactors online and humming along.
CURIO™ is actively exploring the adoption of advanced manufacturing capabilities such as 3-D printing, powder bed metallurgy, laser machining, etc. to propel the United States back to the forefront of nuclear technology manufacturing.
Leveraging advanced manufacturing technologies could unlock not only domestic production of code-qualified existing parts and components for existing reactors, but also cultivate entirely new innovative avenues to provide reliable, affordable and more available manufacturing capabilities.