Marston sure doesn't make a case for building more nukes in the northwest where there is ample hydropower.
Where does the nuclear waste from a Small Modular Reactor go? It seems that the answer is that it stays on site. That's the key to profitability -- offloading the cost of cleanup onto the public and future generations, like always. Those who tout the safety of SMRs don't talk about the waste, which ultimately includes the reactors themselves.
The most likely builder here would be NuScale, not TerraPower. NuScale SMRs still use water for coolant.
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