Christopher Helman of Forbes reports on Last Energy, a modular nuclear energy startup.
- Last Energy packs and delivers its microreactors in shipping containers to ensure efficient delivery.
- Once on site, the reactor core is placed underground and fans and steam turbines replace cooling towers.
- Last Energy is lowering upfront capital costs by using wind and solar’s finance model; the company will own and operate the SMRs and secure financing through long-term power purchasing contracts from third parties.
- Due to the United States’ strict regulations, Last Energy will test its technology overseas in Poland which has already agreed to purchase 10 of the company’s units.
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