Navigating the ever more arduous world.

The dilemma facing Europe in winter 2022 has revealed the poignant shortfall of energy resilience even in the most advanced economies. Countries like Germany and France, while committed to emission promises and internal clamors to ditch nuclear power, have heavily depended on Russian natural gas. And forgoing energy independence has proven fatal.

How do countries, especially small-to-medium ones, foster energy independence in the changing world, while staying committed to the collective effort by all humans toward NetZero?

The ultimate game changer

Nuclear power has long proven to be the most efficient, cost-effective, and low-carbon clean energy solution, for its high energy intensity, low lifespan operation cost, low lifespan carbon footprint, and longevity.

Amongst, the small modular reactor solution, a small, highly flexible and deployable reactor unit with a theoretical capacity of 50 to 300MW, has been expected by many to be the ultimate game changer for building energy resilience.

HEATNUC, the Way to Clean and Available Energy

The gap between the demand and supply of clean energy is wide. Global energy demand increased by 31.3 exajoules in 2021, while consumption of renewable energy was only 5.1 exajoule. Drastic changes need to be brought to the current energy landscape to complement climate ambitions.

Singapore-based HEATNUC will be one of the few startups backed by private capital in the market with an edge in tapping into Northeast Asia’s technology and talent pools, and also its mature and cost-effective supply chain.


2022 Startup
Core team and tech route

2023 Design
Blueprint and safety

2024 Demo
Test and modify

2025 Submit
Compliance and permission

2028 Apply
First reactor trial

2032 Quantity
Bidding and commercialize