The Nuclear Alternative Project (NAP) has published the results from its study on the feasibility of nuclear reactors in Puerto Rico. NAP is a non-profit established in 2015 by seismic engineer Eddie Guerra and others and brings together Puerto Rican engineers and reactor operators working in the US. The study – funded by the US Department of Energy (DoE) – aims to research and teach the general public about the feasibility of advanced reactors, which NAP researchers say will help the island with its energy problem. Power Technology investigates the report’s main findings.
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