b'The Carbon Free Power ProjectT he Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS) formally launched the Carbon720 MWFree Power Project in 2014 as part of its long-term strategy to reduce carbon emissions and replace aging coal-fired plants with a nonfossil fuel, and medium-sized, flexible power- OF CLEAN ELECTRICITY generating source. GENERATEDThe scalable and modular nature of the Carbon Free Power Project will help UAMPS2027meet its objectives to embrace distributed generation, including rooftop solar, and reduce electricity demand through efficiency and conservation measures. EXPECTED DATE OF OPERATIONThe project calls for building a small modular reactor power plant on INLs12890-square-mile Site using an SMR technology being developed by NuScale Power. The proposed SMR plant would have 12 60-megawatt modules that could generate 720 megawatts of clean electricity (if operating at 100 percent capacity)60-MEGAWATT on a relatively small footprint. If approved, the first module is expected to be fullyMODULESoperational by 2026.3'