Photos from: A nuclear option for mines in the North



Diagram of the critical parts of a Westinghouse eVinci microreactor.Rendering of an eVinci reactor containor being transported by truck.Winter view of the Diavik diamond mining operation in NWT, Canada.Westinghouse eVinci micronuclear electrical demonstration plant.

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The Diavik mine in Canada's Northwest Territories requires an estimated 1.5 million gallons of diesel per year for generators that produce the 19 to 26 megawatts of electricity to power this iconic diamond mine. eVinci microreactors could eliminate the need to deliver fuel to power this arctic operation.



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