FUELING OUR CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE
Welcome to a safe, new age of nuclear technology.
Serva Energy is revolutionizing the way nuclear fuels are produced under the urgent timeline of climate change — serving the world a critical carbon-free pathway to a clean energy future.
Nuclear power is our largest
source of carbon-free energy—
providing over half of America's carbon-free electricity.
FUEL FOR A NEW AGE
Serva fuel technologies are poised to transform the state of nuclear power within this decade — making reactors safer,
more efficient and
by eliminating the stockpile of hazardous waste.
Enhanced safety is the key to unlocking the potential of clean, reliable energy —
and it's the driving force behind everything we do at Serva.
We are fundamentally changing the way nuclear fuels behave in reactors in order to achieve greater stability, efficiency and reactivity control.
NEW PERSPECTIVE ON WASTE
TURNING WASTE INTO
After decades of viewing nuclear waste as a problem to be managed, we see it as an asset to be harnessed — a tool to improve the inherent properties of a nuclear reactor.
Our approach allows for massive amounts of transuranic waste to be transformed into nuclear fuel — fuel that will destroy itself as it generates power.
TECHNOLOGY FOR TODAY
TURNING FUSION ON ITS HEAD
Under the watch of climate change, there is no time to wait for the dream of nuclear fusion to become reality.
Our focus instead is on employing a fusion-fission process to dramatically improve and update our current nuclear infrastructure — making reactors safer, less costly and 100% sustainable.
A new approach for a transitional era
We believe that fusion power is the ultimate solution to the world's energy crisis, but this reality is still decades away.
That is why we are developing smart nuclear fuels and technologies that can be used in reactors right now.
Serva is engineering a transitional step that will dramatically improve our current nuclear infrastructure within this decade.
What drives our work:
THE YEAR WE MUST REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS BY 50%
in billion metric tons
ANNUAL CO2 EMISSIONS WORLDWIDE
THE YEAR WE MUST ACHIEVE NET-ZERO
in billion metric tons
ANNUAL CO2 EMISSIONS WORLDWIDE IN 2021
Our collaborators include Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Arizona State University (ASU) and University of California — Irvine (UCI).
The threat of climate change has convinced scientists
and a growing number of environmentalists of the necessity of nuclear power.
Unlike other clean energy sources — wind and solar — nuclear energy is not weather dependent.