Centrus will Haleu production in October. I think this is an effort that started in earnest in 2019? Not fast in the normal manufacturing world but lightning speed in US nuclear terms.
"“This will be the first new U.S.-owned uranium enrichment plant to begin production since 1954,” said Centrus President and CEO Daniel B. Poneman."
"The capacity of the 16-centrifuge cascade that is expected to begin enrichment operations in October will be modest – about 900 kilograms of HALEU per year – but with sufficient funding and offtake commitments, Centrus could significantly expand production. A full-scale HALEU cascade, consisting of 120 centrifuge machines, with a combined capacity to produce approximately 6,000 kilograms of HALEU per year (6 MTU/year), could be brought online within about 42 months of securing the necessary funding."
I think we're looking at ~20kg produced this year. So, humble beginnings but let's hope they ramp quickly and without issue.