Holos Quad

Holos-Quad

Technology Features

  • Subcritical power modules coupled with ORC components
  • Fits inside single ISO container
  • Generates 13 MWe of uninterrupted power for 12-20 years
  • Depending on application, fuel cartridge uses up to 15% enriched fuel
  • Refueling includes replacement of all spent fuel cartridges
  • Refurbishing components during refueling
  • Can be refueled twice to reach a total operational life of 60 years

Projected NOAK Costs

Holos Titan


Technology Features

  • Large subcritical power modules coupled with ORC components
  • Utilizes four (4) ISO containers
  • Generates 81 MWe of uninterrupted power for 20 years
  • Fuel cartridge uses up to 10% enriched fuel
  • Refueling includes replacement of all spent fuel cartridges
  • Refurbishing components during refueling
  • Can be refueled twice to reach total operational life of 60 years

Projected NOAK Costs

Competitive Edge

  • Holos generators are competitive vs. operating electricity-producing technologies
  • Quad produces electricity at an estimated average cost of 5.19 ¢/kWh
  • Quad Titan produces electricity at an estimated average cost of 2.23 ¢/kWh
  • Holos is increasingly competitive with longer use as LCOE declines with each subsequent refueling due to the costs saved vs. total generator replacement
Vast Market Profitability

Profit projections for Holos Generators are dependent on the selling price of electricity. While current projections are based on the EIA 2018 average Year-to-date price of electricity in the U.S. (10.46¢/kWh), pricing is location-dependent. For example, electricity prices range from 7.51¢/kWh in Louisiana to 28.06¢/kWh in Hawaii. Due to low cost of electricity production, Holos generators are profitable across a wide range of electricity price fluctuations. Holos profitability projections, when added to the benefit of mobility, ensure that Holos can provide a competitive energy solution in a variety of markets and locations.

3 Year Payback Period

Holos Quad generators can achieve a payback period of under 3 years when the electricity produced is sold at an average price of 19.42 ¢/kWh.
Holos Quad Titan generators can also achieve a payback period of under 3 years with an average selling price of 9.25 ¢/kWh.

Reducing Licensing and Decommissioning Cost