Nuenergy, Inc., a small business corporation headed by its founder, Michael Shlyamberg, P.E. has been providing services to government and commercial institutions since 1993. Nuenergy’s associates are recognized experts in their fields, each with over 30 years of experience. Our consultants are degreed engineers, and most are licensed Professional Engineers. 

Areas of Expertise

  • Inspections, Independent Assessments, Self-Assessments
  • Risk-Informed Safety Systems Functional Assessments (SSFA) based on the Nuenergy Developed Proprietary Methodology
  • Calculation Review/Reconstitution based on the Nuenergy Developed Methodology
  • Independent Oversight of Critical Activities
  • Service Water and Component Cooling Water Systems, and Generic Letter 89-13 Related Activities
  • Emergency Diesel Generators & Support Systems
  • Engineering Analyses and Studies
  • Specialty Projects

Nuenergy's associates have comprehensive expertise in all facets of nuclear plant design; startup and restart support; operation; and maintenance as well as an established reputation for excellence and professionalism.  As expert engineers, they have hundreds of years of cumulative professional experience in these technical areas. 

This experience includes original design, systems modifications, startup & restart support, operations, maintenance, and evaluations. Our associates’ responsibilities have included performance of design activities and licensing support; safety evaluations; independent review; assessment; and supervision. The Nuenergy engineering team has a cumulative experience of more than 500 nuclear plant inspections, independent assessments, and self-assessments performed for the NRC, DOE, and the nuclear power industry. 

Examples of Special Areas of Expertise:

  • Specification and application of Major Equipment, Piping, Valves, I&C Systems, Cabling, Motors, Generators, and Transformers
  • Hydraulic Network Analysis, Including Transient and Water Hammer Analysis
  • Heat Transfer, Heat Exchangers, Cooling Water Systems
  • Independence of Redundant Systems
  • Short Circuit, Voltage Regulation, Protective Relaying
  • Instrumentation and Control
  • Coordination Studies for Protective System
  • Application of the Single Failure Criterion
  • Application of Regulation and Licensing Basis to the Design, Operation, and Maintenance
  • Degraded Voltage Protection, Including Relay Setpoints Analysis
  • Open-Phase Fault Protection
  • Emergency Onsite Power Design Basis and Testing
  • Nuclear Power Station Electrical Power System Modeling