Nano Nuclear Joins ANS

Nano Nuclear, comprising micro Small Modular Reactor and Advanced Nuclear Reactor, joins the American Nuclear Society (ANS).
Nano Nuclear

Nano Nuclear, comprising micro Small Modular Reactor and Advanced Nuclear Reactor, joins the American Nuclear Society (ANS). The ANS brings together the actors of nuclear technology in the improvement of living conditions and the preservation of the planet.

A strategic organization

Nano Nuclear, a combination of micro Small Modular Reactor and Advanced Nuclear Reactor, is now part of the ANS. The association represents a strategic organization for Nano Nuclear. Indeed, the ANS includes among its affiliates specialists from the private and public sectors offering major scientific recommendations.

The SLA, which celebrates its 70th anniversary in 2024, includes companies such as NuScale Power and American Electric Power. In addition, institutions such as the Nuclear Energy Institute and the Idaho National Laboratory also contribute to the work of the ANS. The association plays an important role in the defense of the nuclear industry.

Collaborative projects

Nano Nuclear is working with the Idaho National Laboratory under the National Reactor Innovation Center program. They are developing the ZEUS, a patented modular mini-reactor capable of connecting to local power grids. This technology could revolutionize the way remote communities, the mining industry and military bases get their electricity.

Nano Nuclear founder and president Jay Yu adds:

“It is an honor to be part of the American Nuclear Society organization, as Nano Nuclear is a Made in Usa company. As a platform for promoting nuclear energy, ANS shares our mission to develop, foster innovation and apply nuclear science for the benefit of society.”

Nano Nuclear is a company composed of nuclear experts who have relationships with governments and industry. The company is looking to build smaller, cheaper and safer nuclear power.

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