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About the Project

SRC has taken the lead on pursuing the licensing and demonstration of the first microreactor in Saskatchewan.  

In 2022, SRC and Westinghouse Electric Canada signed an MOU to jointly develop a project to locate an eVinci™ microreactor in Saskatchewan for the testing and development of industrial, research and energy use applications. Read the news release.

Presentation: Pioneering Microreactors in Saskatchewan



June 6, 2024 | SRC Signs MOU with MLTC to Evaluate Potential Microreactor Applications

May 29, 2024 | Nuclear Executive Appointed to SRC Nuclear Board of Directors

April 29, 2024 | Saskatchewan Taps Into 40 Years of Nuclear Industry Expertise and Experience

March 15, 2024 | SRC Designated as Primary Organization in Saskatchewan Responsible for Microreactor Development

December 7, 2023 | Saskatchewan Signs Letters of Intent with Khalifa University

November 27, 2023 | Government of Saskatchewan funds Microreactor Research

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Microreactors will play a key role in providing both sustainable energy, as well as energy equity across northern Canada.

Installing microreactors could transform northern and remote communities by creating social and economic opportunities — ensuring a reliable, net-zero power source and the application of other technologies, such as hydrogen, potable water, edge-of-grid power support and district heating.

Want to learn more about the eVinciTM microreactor technology? Visit Westinghouse Electric Company’s website

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SRC has a long history of providing support and leadership to the uranium/nuclear industry throughout many stages of the production cycle, principally in exploration, mining and milling, mine remediation and environmental protection. SRC owns and operates the world’s largest uranium laboratory. 
We successfully operated a small SLOWPOKE-2 nuclear research reactor for over 38 years and safely completed its decommissioning in the fall of 2021.    

Now, our goal is to pioneer the deployment of microreactor technology for multiple uses across Saskatchewan as one of many potential solutions to the Province’s unique energy needs.

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  • SRC’s microreactor project includes researching applications for heat and power from the eVinciTM
  • SRC has extensive expertise in complimentary areas such as microgrids, wind/solar and hydrogen
  • Microreactors provide unique heat and power solutions for industry and communities

More to come about our service offerings in early 2024!

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