Transportable Nuclear Power Plants
Accelerating the Delivery of Safe, Affordable, and Carbon-Free Energy Worldwide
As global citizens, it is our duty to build a sustainable energy future for generations to come; one in which clean energy is the standard, and not the alternative.
Increasing access to nuclear energy generation will achieve precisely this.
Prodigy is pioneering a new paradigm in clean energy deployment by packaging Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) into factory-manufactured, transportable, and relocatable facilities.
Our civil structure technologies are standardized, and can be used to deploy SMRs in a marine environment or on land at a wide range of sites.
Innovation That Meets Existing Nuclear Regulations
Prodigy’s Transportable Nuclear Power Plant (TNPP) design program dovetails best practices from the nuclear and maritime industries, while remaining consistent with existing regulations for nuclear safety and security.
Nuclear Deployment Without the Construction Burden
After fabrication, outfitting, and transport to the deployment location, Prodigy TNPPs are secured to site-based infrastructure. Fissile material is integrated as the last step of the commissioning process. The result is a completely self-sufficient nuclear generating facility rapidly commissioned and put into service.
Transportable Options for Grid-Scale and Off-Grid Power Generation
Prodigy’s larger TNPP, the Small Modular Reactor (SMR) Marine Power Station™ is shoreline deployed and can be used to deliver grid-scale power, and our Microreactor Power Station™, specially developed for remote applications, is land and marine deployable. Both facilities can be customized by SMR type and power output.
Robust, Rapidly-Deployed and Relocatable Nuclear Power Plants at Lower Cost
Prodigy TNPPs are equivalent in safety and security to conventional nuclear plants, but are much lower cost, faster to deliver, and have a smaller footprint with dramatically reduced environmental impact. Our TNPP designs incorporate decommissioning technologies and processes intrinsically from first principles such that removal of the facility from site at end-of-life is more efficient, enabling immediate site recovery and repurposing.