June 1, 2012

Technology Resources
23292 Pompeii Drive
Dana Point, CA 92629
(949) 632-1369
(949) 248-7853 fax


Technology Resources (TR) was formed in 2000 to support nuclear power technology with focus on the U.S. and international markets.  The client base has evolved to include vendors, utilities, the U.S. government in the Department of Energy and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission as well as the International Atomic Energy Commission (IAEA). The client’s have included:


·      Strategic Teaming and Resource Sharing (STARS) group

·      General Atomics, San Diego, CA

·      Southern California Edison, Rosemead, CA

·      Pacific Gas and Electric, San Francisco, CA

·      Constellation – Ginna Station

·      Omaha Public Power – Fort Calhoun

·      Thermo-Fisher, San Diego, CA

·      Invensys Process Systems, Foxboro, MA and Irvine, CA and Beijing China

·      U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, D.C.

·      U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy

·      Idaho National Laboratory, Nuclear Division

·      Pillsbury Winthrop – Shaw Pittman, Washington, D.C.

·      Delta, M Corporation, Tenn.

·      The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna, Austria

·      NuScale Power, Corvallis, Oregon

·      Altran Solutions – Switzerland (RESUN)

·      Thermo Scientific, San Diego, CA

·      GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy

TR has a major focus on instrumentation and  control system licensing and engineering support  for current fleet and new reactors in the U.S. and around the world.  Currently lead a team on licensing 8 new reactors in China – for all digital I&C, safety and non-safety systems and full control room – for Invensys. Significant resources are available to support applied tasks support with a strong background in instrumentation and control and human machine interface. TR resources have supported two successful applications to the NRC for digital system approval, for the Invensys Tricon and the Cardinal Health Radiation Monitor. Also, TR instructors have taught at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (6 years) and also the MIT Summer Reactor Safety Course (15 years), as well as on an international basis in China and at the IAEA.

For more information, please contact:

Edward (Ted) L. Quinn
Past President, American Nuclear Society
President, Technology Resources
23292 Pompeii Drive
Dana Point, CA 92629