Allied Nuclear

Empowering Resilience

At Allied Nuclear, we enable and assist sovereign countries in the design, procurement and deployment of secure power plants. Our goal is to ensure that access to electricity and its benefits reach everyone.

Superior Implementation & Financing Packages

By enabling industry-led energy security partnerships between nations, our approach:

Allied Nuclear Puts Partners Needs First

Puts partners’ needs first — both commercial and national security interests

Allied Nuclear Brings together the best in Energy and Security

Brings together the best in energy and security across the supply chain

Allied Nuclear Aligns climate solutions

Aligns climate solutions with energy security and economic prosperity

Allied Nuclear Establishes guidance

Establishes guidance
to abide to nonproliferation norms

Under the pressure to halt climate change, governments increasingly recognize that new nuclear energy plants must be rapidly built by 2050 to meet decarbonization targets and electrify transportation. Nuclear energy is also an answer to energy supply disruptions, price swings and foreign energy dependence.

But foreign state-owned nuclear suppliers continue to undermine the world’s free markets with heavily-subsidized bids, insidious “build-own-operate” terms and predatory financing. At the expense of their commercial partner’s national security and long-term financial interests, the foreign state-owned entities leverage the nuclear projects to gain political influence over the host country.

With flexible financing and a best-in-class consortium-based model, Allied Nuclear competitively delivers nuclear energy without undermining our partners’ national sovereignty or commercial success. Our approach strengthens the capacity of countries to procure, build and operate nuclear energy projects during the early development stages of investment and procurement packages.

We tailor solutions with our partners to meet today's needs and prepare for a better future.

Replace retiring reactors

More than half of 400-GW fleet will retire by 2040

Meet energy demand

New nuclear forecast for 300-600 GWs by 2050

Prevent security threats

Counter China and Russia’s build-own-operate model

Safeguard oversight

Empower host country’s regulatory control

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