King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable energy (K.A.CARE) declared the establishment of a partnership with the Korean Nuclear Energy Research Institute to develop the technology of small compact nuclear reactors - Smart technology, and to work on the possession of this technology and transforming it to the KSA. King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable energy (K.A.CARE) aspires that this partnership will enable the Saudization of nuclear knowledge, support value chains and the Kingdom entry as a developer, owner and exporter of the nuclear energy technologies in the future. A technical specialized Saudi team is working side by side with the Korean Nuclear Energy Research Institute to run the project, getting trained and participate in the preparations of the engineering designs of the reactor. Last week the works of the first meeting to review works of Smart reactor with the participating Korean companies in Dijon city in South Korea which was organized by the Korean Nuclear Energy Research Institute in cooperation with K.A.CARE were concluded, where the companies participating in the Smart project reviewed the project's timetable and the challenges facing it. Also were presented the works accomplished during the past period. The technical outputs of the contractors were coordinated as well to ensure completion of the Project in a timely manner in order to enable the Korean companies to prepare the engineering designs of the power station expected to be built in the Kingdom for the purpose of producing power and desalinated water. Specialists in K.A.CARE provided a summarized presentation about the Kingdom's vision for 2030 and the National Transformation Program for the purpose of educating the companies participating in the projects about this ambitious vision knowing mainly that Smart reactors project is considered one of K.A.CARE initiatives for atomic and renewable energy approved in the National Transformation Program 2020 which was agreed upon during the current year.