HOW CAN WE PROTECT
THE ENVIRONMENT…

AND HAVE CLEAN AIR
IN OUR CITIES…

…WHILE MEETING OUR
GROWING ENERGY NEEDS?

IMSR® IS GAME-CHANGING TECHNOLOGY

Leading the way to a bright energy future.

IMSR®: Transformative Clean Energy Technology

To meet the increasing energy demands of global prosperity, while protecting the environment and the air in our cities that we breathe, we need a game changer.

Terrestrial Energy’s IMSR® small modular reactor is that game changer.

Terrestrial Energy uses a completely different nuclear technology for its small modular reactor — molten salt fuel instead of conventional solid fuel. With this proven approach, IMSR® power plants are safer, simpler, less expensive and much more versatile than conventional nuclear power plants.

IMSR® technology can be brought to market quickly. IMSR® power plants can be built in four years and produce electricity or industrial heat at prices competitive with fossil fuels, while emitting no greenhouse gases.

The first IMSR® power plants are expected to come online in the 2020s.

IMSR® technology is today’s clean energy game changer.

Learn more about the IMSR® and how Terrestrial Energy is leading the way to a bright energy future.

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Terrestrial Energy USA and Energy Northwest announced today that they have reached a Memorandum of Understanding on the terms of the possible siting, construction and operation of an IMSR® power plant at the Idaho National Laboratory in southeastern Idaho.

Terrestrial Energy has received the Trailblazer Special Achievement Award from the United States Nuclear Infrastructure Council (USNIC) in recognition of our completion of the Phase One Pre-Licensing Vendor Design Review with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission in November 2017.

OAKVILLE, ON – March 14, 2018 – Terrestrial Energy has entered into contract for technical services with the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Terrestrial Energy is pleased to be taking part in the GLOBE Forum 2018, alongside global business, government, and civil society leaders.

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