CORVALLIS, Ore.--()--NuScale Power, LLC is pleased to announce that Steven Mirsky, P.E. has joined NuScale as Washington, D.C. Licensing Manager.
“Having Steve onboard to lead our Washington, D.C. licensing activities significantly bolsters our presence in the area and our capabilities to support other industry activities focused on our strategic goal of successful deployment of the NuScale SMR design”
In his assignment, Mirsky is responsible for the day-to-day licensing interface between NuScale and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission NuScale Project Management team. He also provides NuScale support of Nuclear Energy Institute Small Modular Reactor activities, and involvement with a wide spectrum of NuScale design certification pre-application licensing activities. Mirsky manages the recently opened NuScale Washington D.C. office at 11333 Woodglen Drive, Suite 205 in Rockville, Maryland.
Mirsky has 37 years experience in the U.S. and international nuclear industry including nuclear power plant and dry spent fuel storage licensing, design, and safety analysis as well as nuclear environmental impact accident analyses. Before joining NuScale, he spent 25 years with Science Applications International Corporation as an assistant vice-president of technology and senior project manager. Mirsky previously worked at Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (now Constellation Energy), NUS Corporation, and Virginia Electric and Power Company (now Dominion Power). His experience encompasses managerial, supervisory, and project management responsibility for licensing, accident analysis, nuclear fuel, probabilistic risk assessment, quality assurance, thermal-hydraulic, shielding, criticality, and dose assessment evaluations and analyses for all U.S. and many foreign nuclear power plant designs. A native of New York City, Mirsky holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from Cooper Union, a Master’s of Science in Nuclear Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and is a licensed Professional Engineer (Mechanical Engineering) in the State of Maryland.
“Having Steve onboard to lead our Washington, D.C. licensing activities significantly bolsters our presence in the area and our capabilities to support other industry activities focused on our strategic goal of successful deployment of the NuScale SMR design,” said John Hopkins, CEO NuScale Power, LLC.
About NuScale Power, LLC
NuScale Power, LLC is developing an inherently safe, modular, scalable commercial nuclear power technology. NuScale’s design offers the benefits of carbon-free nuclear power but takes away the issues presented by the cost of installing large capacity. A nuclear power plant using NuScale’s technology is comprised of individual nuclear power modules; each produces 45 megawatts of electricity with its own combined containment vessel and reactor system, and its own designated turbine-generator set. A power plant can include as many as 12 NuScale integral PWR modules to produce as much as 540 megawatts. NuScale power plants are scalable – additional modules are added as customer demand for electricity increases. These multi-module plants are highly reliable – one unit can be taken out of service for refueling or maintenance, or a new unit added, without affecting the operation of the others. For more information visit: www.nuscalepower.com.