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Terrestrial Energy and ENGIE Laborelec to Advance Development of IMSR, a Small Modular Reactor Power Plant That Uses Molten Salt Technology

Terrestrial Energy has contracted with ENGIE Laborelec in Belgium for technical services. This contract is part of Terrestrial Energy’s nuclear fuel salt qualification program for the Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR®), a Generation IV nuclear power plant.

ENGIE Laborelec will perform confirmatory electrochemical and thermophysical measurements as well as confirmatory corrosion testing.

9 Canadian startups tackling the climate crisis

Ever wonder what Canada’s previous Prime Minister Stephen Harper is doing these days? Wonder no more: News recently broke that Harper has been appointed to the advisory board for Terrestrial Energy, a nuclear energy company in Ontario working on advanced nuclear reactors.

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.

Public Power Daily

Public Power Daily: Energy Northwest enters MOU tied to advanced reactor

“We initially met with Terrestrial Energy back in 2015. Right now, we’re focused on advising Terrestrial as they assess a site for commercial operation,” said Mike Paoli, a spokesman for Energy Northwest.
HBS Working Knowledge

HBS Working Knowledge: Why Private Investors Must Fund ‘New Nuclear’ Power Right Now

Professor Joseph Lassiter writes: "I have high hopes for the promising technology category known as 'new nuclear,' which offers the potential to dramatically reduce costs and rapidly ramp up installations when compared to today’s nuclear power plants.
MIT Technology Review

MIT Technology Review: Advanced nuclear technology just got a big green light from Congress

The US Senate has passed a bill that could accelerate the development of advanced nuclear reactors, providing a boost to technologies that promise to make nuclear power cheaper, safer, and easier to build...Startups, like Terrestrial Energy, are developing molten-salt reactors that should be safer and produce less waste.

Learn More About Terrestrial Energy

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®).