Advanced Reactors Summit V

Terrestrial Energy is pleased to support the Advanced Reactors Summit V, which focuses on furthering all aspects of advanced reactor design, deployment, operations, and beyond.

Terrestrial Energy Appoints Former United States Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz to Its Advisory Board

OAKVILLE, ON – February 14, 2018 – Terrestrial Energy today announced the appointment of former U.S. Secretary of Energy Dr. Ernest Moniz to its Advisory Board.

Terrestrial Energy Adds Leading Utility Executives to its Board of Directors

OAKVILLE, ON – December 21, 2017 – Terrestrial Energy, a leading advanced reactor developer, is pleased to announce the addition of two directors to its Board – James Reinsch and Frederick Buckman.

Terrestrial Energy’s Simon Irish at NY Times 2017 ClimateTECH

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.

The New York Times

New York Times: How to Fix Global Warming: We Talk to Tech Innovators, Entrepreneurs and Political Leaders

I’ll be sitting down with Michael Shellenberger, founder of Environmental Progress, and Simon Irish, chief executive of Terrestrial Energy, to talk about the role of nuclear energy.
The Energy Collective

The Energy Collective: New Milestones Achieved for SMR Development

Terrestrial Energy, a developer of an advanced reactor design, has received notice from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) that it has successfully completed the first phase of the CNSC’s pre-licensing vendor design review for its Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR) nuclear power plant design. Terrestrial Energy was the first advanced reactor vendor to enter the regulatory process in Canada, and now the first to have its design assessed.
CleanTech Canada

CleanTech Canada: Terrestrial Energy’s Molten Salt Nuclear Reactor Clears First Regulatory Hurdle

Terrestrial Energy’s next-generation nuclear power technology has taken its first steps toward securing a key regulatory approval that could take it from the drawing board to the commercial market. The Oakville, Ont.-based company, which has been working on a design for a new type of molten salt reactor since 2013, said last week that the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has completed the first phase of its review of the new reactor. The process, known as a vendor design review, lets the CNSC size up a company’s design before any official licensing steps are taken.
Power Technology

Power Technology: CNSC Evaluates Terrestrial Energy’s IMSR Nuclear Reactor

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) has completed the first phase of a pre-licensing vendor design review of Terrestrial Energy’s Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR) nuclear power plant design. The review has verified that the design meets the basic requirements for a nuclear power plant in Canada.

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