SUNRISE (Sustainable Nuclear Energy Research In Sweden) is the first step towards building a lead-cooled research and demonstration reactor in Sweden.
Within the SUNRISE project (Sustainable Nuclear Energy Research In Sweden) design, safety analysis and materials development and qualification for a lead-cooled research reactor intended to be constructed in Oskarshamn is carried out. The project partners are KTH, Luleå University of Technology and Uppsala University. SUNRISE is funded with 50 MSEK by the Swedish Strategic Research Foundation and is co-ordinated by Professor Pär Olsson at the division of nuclear science and engineering at KTH.
If you are interested in learning more about SUNRISE and Small Modular Reactors, please feel free to check the Seminar on SMR in Sweden (video in Swedish). You can also visit the website of the high-level conference Coverging Energy Technologies 2022 ( CET2022 ) which was co-organised by SUNRISE in 2022 and where there is a lot of information regarding SMR's.
Feel free to download the presentations of the Seminar here .
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