SMR-160 is a small modular pressurized water nuclear power plant that does not rely on any pumps or motors to remove heat from the nuclear fuel, for all accident scenarios. The SMR-160 produces net 160 Megawatts electric (MWe) power or 525 Megawatts thermal (MWt) for process applications. The SMR-160 represents innovation through simplification and use of entirely passive safety systems, while relying on decades of proven operating history for the existing commercial pressurized light water reactor fleet. Generally, reactors that produce less than 300 MWe are classified as “small.” Reactors dubbed to be modular rely on the plant being substantially manufactured in a factory environment and are comprised of pre-built assemblies to reduce on-site construction cost and schedule.