SMR Nuclear Technology Pty Ltd (SMR-NT) is an independent Australian-owned specialist consulting company.

SMR-NT was established to advise on and facilitate the siting, development and operation of safe nuclear power generation technologies, principally by Small Modular Reactors (SMRs).

SMR-NT’s directors have over 100 years of combined experience in power generation, including nearly 50 years of nuclear power generating experience.


August 2022 - The board of SMR Nuclear Technology today congratulated the Federal Opposition led by Peter Dutton MP on its timely and farsighted decision to review the archaic policy that has stood in the way of Australia developing a key industry for its economic development and its energy security. The directors encouraged all political parties to contribute constructively to their own review of policy at this critical point in international affairs.
August 2022 - Infographics to provide policy makers and the Australian community with a better understanding of the long-term costs and sustainability of the different low emissions technologies for electricity generation.
July 2022 - We compare the advantages of SMRs, solar and wind.
June 2022 - A Just Transition to Low-Emissions Technology – Repowering Coal-fired Power Stations in Australia with SMRs. June 2022 update incorporating the latest retirement dates and comments received on the February edition.
December 2021 - University of Queensland, “What would be required for nuclear energy plants to be operating in Australia from the 2030s?”
October 2021 - We compared the overnight capital costs in Australia for SMRs, renewables and fossil fuels with CCS and the winner is:
September 2021 - Is nuclear power sustainable? We compare SMRs to renewables.
August 2021 - The Case for SMRs in Australia 2021
March 2021 - SMR Global Status Report
February 2021 - Inquiry into the development of a hydrogen industry in New South Wales – SMR-NT submission (S21) to the NSW Legislative Council Standing Committee on State Development
2021 - New report from NuScale (USA) examines the benefits of re-powering retiring coal fired power stations with SMRs, including the transition of workers to similar positions
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