EPRI’s findings suggest that for advanced nuclear to be deployed extensively in the US, new policies, innovation in technologies that significantly lower costs, and/or innovation in business models and markets to enable supplemental revenue streams, would be needed.
Terrestrial Energy is pleased to be taking part in the GLOBE Forum 2018, alongside global business, government, and civil society leaders.
Read the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Advanced Reactors Information System (ARIS) status report on Terrestrial Energy’s IMSR®.
Article in the journal Sustainability posits that timely deployment of advanced nuclear like the IMSR®—”perfectly capable of providing all the energy humanity needs for centuries”—could be the silver bullet needed for achieving aggressive Paris climate targets.
On November 30, 2017, Terrestrial Energy CEO Simon Irish explained why nuclear will be a clean energy solution to climate change at The New York Times’s 2017 ClimateTECH conference, with Lisa Friedman and Michael Shellenberger.
Simon Irish, CEO of Terrestrial Energy, will be speaking at this year’s Toronto Global Forum, a dialogue about redefining globalization, on the topic of “Advanced Nuclear Technologies: Innovation in the War on Climate Change.”
Read the Energy for Humanity publication that cites Terrestrial Energy’s IMSR® as “one of the promising molten salt-based reactor designs currently in development.”
Terrestrial Energy CEO Simon Irish delivered the keynote address at the Oil-Gas-Chemistry Conference in Warsaw, Poland today.
The event, part of the 15th Annual International Conference and Exhibition, featured a range of panels and discussions focusing on global, European, and Polish energy topics.