Terrestrial Energy Inc. will present at the Economic Club of Canada on September 24, 2014
September 22, 2014
MISSISSAUGA, ON, Sept. 19, 2014 /CNW/ – Hugh MacDiarmid, Chairman of the Board of Mississauga-based Terrestrial Energy Inc. (www.terrestrialenergy.com), will be the featured speaker at the Economic Club of Canada inToronto next week, and will discuss an exciting technology that could transform the world of civilian power generation.
|SPEECH:||“Nuclear: The Innovation Imperative”|
|WHEN:||Noon EDT, Wednesday, September 24, 2014|
|WHERE:||Grand Banking HallOne King West Hotel & Residence1 King St W., Toronto|
Members of the firm’s executive team, including Chief Technology Officer Dr. David LeBlanc, a globally recognized authority on molten salt reactor technologies, will also be in attendance.
The speech will be followed by a question-and-answer period. Media are welcome to attend.
About Terrestrial Energy Inc.
Terrestrial Energy Inc. (TEI) intends to commercialize its proprietary Molten Salt Reactor technology in Canada during the 2020s. Molten Salt Reactor technology represents a revolution in nuclear safety, waste and proliferation resistance, and in energy cost-competitiveness. TEI’s Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR) is a small modular design, with models ranging from 80 MWth to 600 MWth – ideally suited for remote communities and industrial operations, including on- and off- grid power provision. Canada provides a favorable jurisdiction for the company’s Molten Salt Reactor development, licensing and marketing. TEI’s board consists of executives from the nuclear, natural resource and finance sectors.
SOURCE Terrestrial Energy Inc.
For further information: Contact North America: Brian Smith, Terrestrial Energy Inc., Phone: (416) 822-3130, Fax: (905) 361-6401, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Email: email@example.com, Website:www.terrestrialenergyinc.com; Social Media: Facebook: TerrestrialMSR Twitter: TerrestrialMSR LinkedIn: TerrestnalEnergy; Keywords: Molten Salt Reactor
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