Carbon Free Power Project

UAMPS is a leader in the effort to realize next generation, carbon free, dispatchable power generation in the United States with its Carbon Free Power Project (CFPP). The CFPP is a 720-megawatt nuclear plant to be located at the Idaho National Laboratory near Idaho Falls, Idaho. It will be compromised of 12 60-megawatt nuclear power modules to be provided by NuScale Power. The 12 small nuclear modules provide maximum flexibility to ramp up and down as needed to follow load and complement intermittent renewable resources like wind and solar. The first module is anticipated to be on-line in 2029 with the remaining 11 modules being installed in 2030.