Opportunity: RFI for Input on a Pilot Program for Micro-Reactor

Description 

Request for Information for Input on a Pilot Program for Micro-Reactor Demonstration (see attached document) Q&A Document Added (see attachment) This Request for Information (RFI) is intended to gather information for DOE's report to Congress on the various nuclear technology options available for consideration, survey commercial stakeholders who may eventually contract to construct and operate a micro-reactor under the pilot program, and solicit industry input on the type of Government support (e.g. contractual agreements, regulatory reforms, financial assistance, fuel material and fabrication support, etc.) needed to successfully demonstrate a micro-reactor at a DoD or DOE site by December 31, 2027. The responses to this request will provide important information and insights for DOE's potential pursuit of a micro-reactor pilot program.

Overview 
Reference number: 89243218NNE000001
Issue date: 09/19/2018
Response due: 10/15/2018 06:00 PM US/Eastern

Set Aside: N/A
NAICS: 221113-Nuclear Electric Power Generation
PSC / FSC: 4470-NUCLEAR REACTORS

Agency: DOE

Contracting office:

Idaho Operations
U.S. Department of Energy
Idaho Operations
1955 Fremont Avenue
Idaho Falls, ID 83415


Place of Performance:




Contact: Brandon Stike
Phone:
Fax:
Email: stikebm@id.doe.gov

Vendors conference:

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