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Re: Thorium: the future of nuclear power?

Unread Messageby moinsdewatt » 18/06/18, 19:39

The ThorCon company in the USA claims to want to make Thorium reactors:

Indonesia and ThorCon continue working towards thorium reactor

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https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2018/06/i ... actor.html


The thorium reactor project on the ThorCon site: http://thorconpower.com/design
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Re: Thorium: the future of nuclear power?

Unread Messageby izentrop » 18/06/18, 20:25

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ThorCon is designed by Martingale in the United States, while targeting early installations in forward-looking countries that support technologically neutral nuclear regulation and see the benefits of the test-based licensing process. ThorCon opens up the possibility of a virtually unlimited, low cost, reliable, and carbon-free energy supply by 2020. https://fissionliquide.fr/2015/01/07/ma ... -en-masse/
At home, no future, our dear Minister of ecological and solidarity transition said niet to experimentation https://fissionliquide.fr/2018/04/14/qu ... las-hulot/
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