Coming at this a year later.
While I like the concept of small or micro nuclear reactors, and what with being literally next to a shipyard that builds both Nuclear powered Aircraft Carriers and submarines (so a lot of those near me)
I have two issues.
1. Disposal of waste, of which the USA has done a poor job of. I had hoped some of the breeder tech would work well enough to minimize that but several decades later still hasn't, YET. The micro reactors still leave decaying material, which gets into point #2.
2. security issues. The more diverse sources of radioactive material the easier it is for some evil human to collect it and then use it in a dirty bomb. It is related to why we don't have nuclear powered main battle tanks. It was not that it would not work, it was because they were likely to leave radioactive material all over the battlefield if they got into combat. similar for cars and planes, accidents happen. and the more locations for those to happen, the more likely.
The above said I am reasonably good with nuclear power plants as long as they are secure from theft, terrorism, and built to a 8.0 earthquake standard even if not in a likely 8,0 earthquake zone. Most nuclear plants are not built to that standard. including the North Anna plants which were built to 5.4 and they had a 5.6 and were very very lucky.