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Terrestrial Energy Partnering With L3 MAPPS For Long-Term Collaboration

Terrestrial Energy joined forces with L3 MAPPS, the leading developer of nuclear power plant simulation technology, to support the development of the Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR®), a Generation IV advanced nuclear plant design with enormous potential to transform the world’s delivery of clean, low-cost and reliable energy.

World Nuclear News

World Nuclear News: Nuclear energy’s fate depends on the story we tell

What will really determine nuclear energy’s fate is whether the nuclear community can change the conversation about this technology that has proven its worth many times over.
Wired

Wired: Next-Gen Nuclear Is Coming—If Society Wants It

Simon Irish saw that countries around the globe needed to build a boggling amount of clean-power projects to replace their fossil fuel infrastructure, while also providing enough energy for rising demand from China, India, and other rapidly growing countries.
Mother Jones

Mother Jones: Safer, Cleaner Nuclear Energy—If We Want It

New reactors could also reduce costs by being safer. Conventional reactors have a fundamental risk of meltdown, largely because they were designed to power submarines.
Salon

Salon: Next-gen nuclear is coming, if we want it

Terrestrial is far from alone. Dozens of nuclear startups are popping up around the country, aiming to solve the well-known problems with nuclear power — radioactive waste, meltdowns, weapons proliferation, and high costs.
Grist

Grist: Next-gen Nukes; Scores of nuclear startups are aiming to solve the problems that plague nuclear power

At a conference in 2011, Simon Irish, an investment manager in New York, met an engineer with an innovative design for a nuclear reactor cooled by molten salt.
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.

Terrestrial Energy Welcomes U.K. Nuclear Sector Deal; Appoints Member of U.K. House of Lords to its Advisory Board

OAKVILLE, ON – July 10, 2018 – Terrestrial Energy Chief Executive Officer Simon Irish welcomed the United Kingdom’s Nuclear Sector Deal, a government policy direction unveiled by U.K.

Terrestrial Energy USA Awarded $3.15 Million from ARPA-E to Develop Next-Generation Pump for Generation IV Advanced Reactors

NEW YORK – June 12, 2018 – Terrestrial Energy USA announced today that it was awarded $3.15 million in funding by the U.S.

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