Pebble Nuclear power for electricity generation is the safest form of energy, classified as Generation IV Technology, Clean and Green Energy
Pebble Technology has minimal waste as spent fuel and the waste is managed in accordance with local and international agreed practices, in line with the International Atomic Energy Agency Policy Guidelines (IAEA)
Nuclear Power Plants that has a power capacity of less than 300 MW are classified as Small Modular Reactors (SMR).
The Mozweli High Temperature Reactor (MHTR) is classified as a SMR Pebble Technology with an installed capacity of 144 MWe.
The Mozweli High Temperature Reactor (MHTR100) is costed in at US$750million for 2021.
The Mozweli Powerplant SMR is classified as decentralised power supply, ie. place the power where the power is required. No long transmission lines. Added advantage of Base-Load power 24hours/7days/40years operations.
Nuclear power assists in climate change mitigation. Absolutely no greenhouse gases are released into the atmosphere during production of electricity.
Selling price of electricity is
1. US$0,13 cents kWh during CAPEX payback.
2. US$0.06 cents kWh operational and maintenance after CAPEX is paid off.
40 years flat rate. No peak charges. No excess charges (bulk users).
Localised sustainable jobs.
Low operational and Maintenance costs
Reliable base-load power 24/7/40