Nuclear Advanced Modular Reactors: Feasibility & Development Competition Briefing Event
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is to invest up to £44m (excluding VAT) to establish an advanced modular reactor (AMR) feasibility and development programme.
The competition has 2 phases:·
- Phase 1: funding (up to £4m, excluding VAT) to undertake a series of feasibility studies for AMR designs. Contracts are worth up to £300,000 (excluding VAT) and will last up to 8 months
- Phase 2: subject to further approval, up to £40m (excluding VAT) could be available for selected projects from phase 1 to undertake development activities
This is an SBRI competition being run through Innovate UK, where successful applicants can receive 100% of their eligible costs.
At the briefing event you will hear about:
- The background and objectives of the competition
- The technical scope
- The application process for Phase 1
- Key dates
There will also be the opportunity to meet and ask questions of BEIS and Innovate UK officials.
Click here for more information on this competition.
10.00 Welcome and Introduction to the Day
Ray Chegwin, KTN
10.15 Background to the AMR Competition
10.30 Competition Scope and Specification
11.35 SBRI and the Application Process
12.30 Lunch and Networking
Not able to attend? This event will also be available via webcast. Click here to register to join online.