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Leading the West in New Nuclear Power


Blue Castle Holdings Inc. (BCH) is focused on enabling the construction and operation of a
two-unit nuclear power plant near Green River, Utah. This first project has been designated as the Blue Castle Project. The complete Federal licensing and State planning of a site for deploying a new nuclear power production facility is being conducted to provide predictable, cost competitive new base load electric power generation and to reduce developmental risk for electric utilities.

Power Block, a new division of Blue Castle Holdings Inc., was created to respond to cryptocurrency miners requests for new power capacity.  Power Block has about 500MWe of initial power capacity for mining blockchain networks. The existing and near term power sources are available at various USA locations. The installed capacity is to be provided through the Power Block Exchange, a new worldwide exchange for powering blockchain infrastructure.   

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What is nuclear power and how does it work? We have provided several videos and resource links from various sources.  These sources are independent and some will re-direct you to a separate site.


What are the considerations for water use?  By using less than 1% of current water diversion in Utah, the Blue Castle Project will increase the electricity produced in Utah by 50%.  


Why do Utah and the Western U.S. need new nuclear power? The demand for electrical power in the Western U.S. is increasing faster than resources can be effectively deployed.




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