Hatch Laurentis Energy Partners and Tractebel to develop nuclear technology solutions
Brussels, Belgium – Hatch, Tractebel and leading energy services provider Laurentis Energy Partners will work together, combining talent and decades of expertise, to develop a one-stop shop to support industrial small modular reactor (SMR) clients worldwide.
This alliance builds on Hatch and Tractebel’s previously announced cooperation agreement to include Laurentis Energy Partners (Laurentis), which has been leading the development of SMR projects across North America and Europe, by forging partnerships with industry and other organizations.
Together, the three companies will leverage their combined skills, expertise, and experience to support clients looking to develop SMR projects. The partnership approach will ultimately help streamline processes, significantly reducing risks, and ensuring lessons learned are transferred from one project to the next.
- SMRs can range from 1 megawatt (MW) to approximately 300 MW. High-temperature SMRs could be deployed for industrial use, to reduce emissions and provide much-needed high-temperature heat and steam to heavy industries.
- Industries including chemical, oil and gas, steel-making and other mining and metals industries could use SMRs, which offer greater scalability and siting flexibility for locations unable to accommodate more traditional larger reactors.
Agreement signing in Brussels, Belgium. Pictured front row from left to right: Anicet Touré (Tractebel), Jim Sarvinis (Hatch), Amar Jolly (Hatch), Jason Van Wart (Laurentis), Arnaud Rahier (Tractebel), Denis Dumont (Tractebel). Back row from left to right: Philippe Van Troeye (Tractebel), Ken Hartwick (OPG), Robert Francki (Hatch)
“We are pleased to collaborate with Laurentis and Tractebel. Our collective experience creates a win-win for nuclear and industrial clients interested in leveraging nuclear to decarbonize, as well as for our communities and our climate. We believe that nuclear will be instrumental in the energy transformation and in achieving our global net zero goals, including the decarbonization of heavy industries,” says Amar Jolly, Global Director Nuclear, Hatch.
“Hatch, Laurentis and Tractebel’s cooperation will be crucial to the construction of small modular reactors in Europe and in North America. We are honoured to cooperate with these two major partners that have strong roots in the North American industrial and nuclear markets. says Denis Dumont, Chief Global Nuclear Officer, Tractebel.
“The global energy landscape is changing rapidly.” said Jason Van Wart, President and CEO of Laurentis Energy Partners. “Together with Hatch and Tractebel, we can help heavy industry clients reach climate change goals by leveraging our individual and collective strengths to provide end-to-end solutions that bring nuclear energy projects to life.”
For more information, please contact:
Global Director, Public Relations, Hatch
Tel: +1 905 403 4199
Communications Manager, Business Area Global Nuclear, Tractebel
Tel: + 32 498 72 28 41
Senior Manager, Public & Corporate Relations, Laurentis
Tel: +1 (519) 389-1572
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Tractebel is a global engineering and consulting company delivering integrated solutions for sustainable energy and built environment projects. Our expertise is trusted worldwide across multiple markets like nuclear, renewables, power & gas, electrical grids, hydropower & dams, water resources & supply, desalination, complex & high-tech buildings, transport infrastructures, and ports & waterways. By connecting strategy, design, engineering, social & environmental studies, project management and in-house digital applications, we partner with companies and public authorities to create a positive impact on people and planet. Backed by more than 150 years of experience, today Tractebel is a community of over 5,500 passionate experts across the globe, committed to ethical business and the fight against climate change. Tractebel is part of the ENGIE Group, a global reference in low-carbon energy and services.
About Laurentis Energy Partners
Laurentis Energy Partners, a subsidiary of Ontario Power Generation, delivers cutting-edge and reliable nuclear energy solutions for clients globally. With a commitment to excellence and innovation, Laurentis offers expertise in inspections, refurbishment and engineering, nuclear materials sorting and recycling, the production of nuclear isotopes, and the advancement of small modular reactors. Laurentis has offices in the Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton and Bruce County in Ontario, Saint John in New Brunswick, Regina in Saskatchewan, and Bucharest and Cernavoda in Romania.
Find out more on www.laurentisenergy.com