Sandy Taylor, president of SNC-Lavalin, accountable for nuclear
Candu Power, a subsidiary of SNC-Lavalin, will perform the preliminary design of the two-unit AHWR program in China.
The CNNP plans to construct the 2 REHAs in or round 2021. Pre-project actions embody planning and allowing for undertaking preparation.
SNC-Lavalin will produce the higher degree licensing doc describing the licensing course of, in addition to the regulatory and safety necessities relevant to the design, evaluation, development, commissioning and upkeep. the operation of the AHWR reactor.
The AHWR reactor is a 700-watt Technology III reactor primarily based on Canada's present Deuterium Uranium (Candu) design. SNC-Lavalin is the unique licensee of Candu Expertise of Atomic Power of Canada Restricted.
A variety of scalable diversifications are being tailored to make sure compliance with the most recent worldwide security requirements and different necessities. This consists of new and improved lively and passive safety programs, in addition to a standardized design to cut back upkeep and funding prices.
SNC-Lavalin will develop Security Design Guides (SDGs) in addition to an outline and evaluation of the agreed safety design adjustments. SNC-Lavalin may even evaluate the SDGs ready by the associate companies concerned.
"SNC-Lavalin is proud to proceed its lengthy Candu legacy in China and appears ahead to working with China Nationwide Nuclear Energy and all of its companions to attain its AHWR aim," stated Sandy Taylor, SNC-Lavalin President, Nuclear.