U.S. Patented

Nuclear Thermal Propulsion Spacecraft

Green Nukes—where Green Energy Meets Smart Grid—and Stops the Advance of Global Climate Change

The Next and the Most Advanced Generation of Nuclear Power Has Arrived

A Pioneer Leading the Way to a New & Progressive Nuclear Energy Era

Uniquely Qualified to Make Nuclear Energy

Fail-Safe 

A Joy to Deploy  

With Unmatched Economic Competitiveness

The utilization of Fail-Safe nuclear power will go ahead, whether you join in it or not!


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Gen IV Nuclear Energy Systems Services, an eminent reactor designer and the industry's worldwide technological leader, is a provider of mission-driven innovation—bridging the gap between Fail-Safe design and unmatched economic competitiveness—delivering high quality, commercially viable & licensable, cutting-edge, defensible state-of-the-art nuclear energy technologies that include:

  1. True advanced Gen IV Reactors for power generation.
  2. Gen V Smart & Resilient Power Reactors (iReactors) is an Intrinsic Self-regulative system, with Self-BurnUp-Optimization, Unanticipated-transient Self-predictive Avatar, and Self-Repair Avatar.
  3. ​Nuclear Fuel Cycles Products & Services include: Used-Fuel Recycling and Closing the Fuel Cycle, Advanced Fuel Cycle Development, and Technology Readiness Level Assessment for Systems in Evaluation Phase to Developmental & Demonstration Phases—leading to identification of knowledge gaps, research needs, and major challenges to development and commercialization (see Homepage for complete details). 
  4. U.S. Patented Nuclear Propulsion Spacecraft. The Space Modular Reactor for Propulsion (SMR-P™) spacecraft for economical transportation of strategic resources from nearby celestial bodies.  
  5. High specific-impulse deep-space Relativistic Propulsion Reactors (RPR) spacecraft for interplanetary, and interstellar manned voyages. 
  6. Asteroid Interceptor & Deflector (AID™), a planetary defense vehicle to intercept & neutralize oncoming asteroids anywhere within the Solar System. 
  7. Orbital Spacecraft Carrier (OSC), a platform to carry, deploy, recover, and to facilitate spacecrafts operations in a planetary orbit within the Solar System. 
  8. Orbital Recycling Scout (ORS), a platform to hunt and catch space debris—large enough to be tracked in orbit above earth, for delivery to the Moon—to be used as raw material for a permanent station—completing a multiplanetary recycling odyssey.  A manned-version of this platform will afford a business-opportunity for the International Space Station to serve as a transfer-station for crew and supplies, to safely and reliably travel to and from the Moon—in an orbital rendezvous.
  9. Deep Space Power Station (DSPS), a platform to provide electric power and heat for a permanent manned station on Mars, or other celestial bodies with solid surface and similar atmosphere. It is fully autonomous, and will get to its destination under its own propulsion from Low Earth Orbit (LEO).  Upon arrival, it will self-deploy, and begins power production within hours.  DSPS is a modular power-station, which can be scaled up by additional power units, to accommodate electrification of the habitable borough.  Design characteristics include a nominal thermal power of 1,000 megawatts, which would produce approximately 400 megawatts of electrical power, and 600 megawatts of regenerative heat.  
  10. Deep Space Station (DSS) is a platform capable of supporting a crew in deep space, particularly between stars.  DSS is fully autonomous, and will get to its destination under its own propulsion from LEO.  DSS is a modular space-station, which can be scaled up by additional units, as the mission evolves. 
  11. ​Nuclear Thermal Desalination Reactor (NTDR) fueled by depleted uranium tails.  NTDR will provide heat for desalination process.  NTDR is a modular ecosystem, and can be scaled up as the need increases.   
  12. ​Space Mining System (SMS) will facilitate mining operations for non-ubiquitous strategic resources, such as high massic energy materials on asteroids within the Solar System.  SMS is fully autonomous, and will get to its destination under its own propulsion from LEO.  SMS is a modular space mining system, which can be scaled up by additional units, as the mission evolves. 
  13. ​Universal Amphibious Vehicle (UAV) will facilitate research and exploration activities on a celestial body with liquid surface.  UAV is fully autonomous, and will get to its destination under its own propulsion from LEO.  Upon arrival and entering into orbit, a docked orbital module will be separated and remains in orbit, before the vehicle descends to the liquid surface.  The orbital module consists of a communication satellite, which provides and assures effective communication with the mission-control on Earth.
  14. ​Dark Atomic Research Project Apparatus (DARPA) will study the potentials of dark matter and dark energy in the cislunar space ambient temperature and pressure.  DARPA is fully autonomous, and will get to its destination under its own propulsion from LEO.
  15. ​Satellitary Kilopower System (SKS), a platform to provide electric power and heat for a celestial body devoid of atmosphere and solid surface (e.g., the Moon).  SKS will be available in LEO, where the customer may take possession thereof—or, it may be delivered to its destination via various platforms described herein.  SKS is a modular power station, which can be scaled up by additional power units as the need increases—or, it can be custom-made per request (subject to limitations).   
  16. ​Satellitary Kilopower System for propulsion (SKS-P), a platform to function as an outboard and attachable propulsion system—for propelling a preselected asteroid for transportation of strategic resources in deep-space.  It is available in LEO, where the customer may take possession thereof—or, it may be tugged to the selected site by various platforms described herein.
  17. ​Orbital Protectorate System (OPS), a platform to neutralize an orbital device that poses an imminent existential danger.  OPS can create and direct proprietary combinatorial collimated beams of charged and neutral subatomic particles; to a target located in orbit.  
  18. ​Space Orbital Services (SOS) will facilitate repair and/or replacement services for various platforms/devices in orbit of planets (e.g., Mars), natural satellites (e.g., the Moon), and a platform that is stationed far from earth orbit (e.g., James Webb Space Telescope), or to assist a spacecraft that may be in distress; anywhere within the Solar System. 

—in a reproducible, transparent, and orderly manner; on-time and on-budget, for public agencies, and private sector companies.  Leveraging preeminence science-based analytical skills, with expert knowledge of applicable theories, practices, and ability to research, in order to develop creative answers to complex problems; while recognizing and bearing; (i) project management, (ii) total quality management, and (iii) safety culture—responsibilities and accountabilities. 

 
Federal Agencies Contract Vehicles, U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)​

Gen IV Nuclear Energy Systems Services, LLC, is a registered entity in the GSA System for Award Management. The company has successfully completed the GSA training “Pathway to Success,” Certification Date, April 17, 2015. The company DUNS as well as Tax ID Numbers will be furnished upon request. 

Gen IV Nuclear Energy Systems Services provides professional engineering services in the following areas: 

NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) Codes:

  • 541330 (Engineering Services)
  • 541690 (Nuclear Energy Consulting Services)
  • 336412 (Rocket Engines)
  • 336415 (Developing Prototypes for Space Vehicle Engines)
  • 221113 (Nuclear Electric Power Generation)
  • 237130 (Nuclear Power Plant Construction)
  • 237990 (Nuclear Waste Disposal Site Construction)

PSC (Product and Service Codes) Manual:

  • 4470  [Nuclear Reactors]
  • L044  [Technical Representative-Nuclear Reactors]
  • L018  [Technical Representative-Space Vehicles]
  • B543  [Special Studies/Analysis-Energy]
  • B544  [Special Studies/Analysis-Technology]
  • AR11  [Space R&D Services; Space flight, research and supporting activities; Basic Research]
  • AR12  [Space R&D Services; Space flight, research and supporting activities; Applied Research]
  • AR13  [Space R&D Services; Space flight, research and supporting activities; Experimental Development]
  • AR14  [Space R&D Services; Space flight, research and supporting activities; R&D Administrative]
  • AR15  [Space R&D SVCS; Space Flight, Research & Supporting Activities; R&D Facilities & Maj Equip]​