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Terrestrial Energy Advances to Next Stage of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories Small Modular Reactor Invitation Process

Terrestrial Energy has completed the pre-qualification stage of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories’ invitation process to site a Small Modular Reactor at a CNL-managed site. Responding to the CNL’s 2018 invitation, Terrestrial Energy presented a siting proposal to CNL for its 195 MWe Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR®).

Terrestrial Energy Forms Nuclear Innovation Working Group to Support IMSR Power Plant Development

Terrestrial Energy today announced the participation of leading members of the nuclear supply chain and industry in its Nuclear Innovation Working Group. The working group will advise Terrestrial Energy during Phase 2 of its Vendor Design Review program and on the development and deployment of its Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR®).

Terrestrial Energy to Present at Hydrogen Economy Summit at The Cleantech Forum San Francisco

Terrestrial Energy has been invited to present at the Hydrogen Economy Summit during the 17th Cleantech Forum in San Francisco on January 28. The Executive Summit will focus on three main aspects of commercializing hydrogen: sustainable production, integration into today’s electricity landscape, and its role in transportation.

Nuclear Energy Insider

Nuclear Energy Insider: Canadian utilities build Small Modular Reactor alliances as developers tackle licensing

Nuclear utilities are playing a growing role in Canadian SMR development and their operational expertise could support the first fleet deployment at mining sites.

Canadian Government Releases Roadmap Report on Small Modular Reactors

The Canadian government now joins the United States and the United Kingdom to state the importance of Generation IV SMRs in a national energy system.

Terrestrial Energy’s IMSR Begins Final Stage of Pre-Licensing Vendor Design Review in Canada

OAKVILLE, ON – October 16, 2018 – Terrestrial Energy has achieved another major milestone in the commercialisation of its Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR®) power plant with the announcement today that the IMSR® has entered Phase 2 pre-licensing Vendor Design Review (VDR) with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).

L3 MAPPS to Support Terrestrial Energy with Advanced Reactor Technology Development

L3 MAPPS and Terrestrial Energy announced today that they have signed an agreement to develop real-time simulation for Terrestrial Energy’s Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR®), a Generation IV advanced nuclear power plant.

Idaho Business Review

Idaho Business Review: Northwest — including Idaho — is a hotbed of nuclear research

“The Pacific Northwest seems to be a magnet for innovative and traditional nuclear power,” Dr. James Conca, a nuclear expert, recently wrote in Forbes.
Nuclear Energy Insider

Nuclear Energy Insider: Nuclear hydrogen economics could favor small modular designs

Terrestrial Energy says its Integrated Molten Salt Reactor can produce heat at around 600 degrees celsius and could supply energy intensive processes such as hydrogen production, desalination and petrochemical refining...[It] is one of several advanced reactor developers leading the charge and hopes to build its first plant in North America in the 2020s.
Forbes

Forbes: A Successful Nuclear Step For New Molten Salt Reactors

Terrestrial Energy Inc. (TEI), a Canadian advanced nuclear reactor company, received notice yesterday from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) that it successfully completed the first phase of the CNSC’s pre-licensing vendor design review for TEI’s new Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR) nuclear power plant design. This design review allows the government to assess the design and determine whether any obvious issues exist that would stop the licensing process and that could be resolved before the licensing process actually started.

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Terrestrial Energy is an industry-leading technology company committed to delivering reliable, emission-free, and cost-competitive nuclear energy with a truly innovative advanced reactor design, the Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR®).