​​In 2017, NuScale reached agreement with members of the Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS) to provide small modular reactor modules to be sited at the Idaho National Laboratory in a project known as the Carbon-Free Power Project (CFPP). By 2020, project costs had risen significantly and in July 2021, UAMPS reduced the number of modules. Since, the project's costs have increased significantly, prompting some UAMPS participants to dropped out. On November 8, NuScale and UAMPS announced that they were ending the CFPP. This advisory provides details of how the project changed and the decision to end this important nuclear effort.