Nuclear technology company Terrestrial Energy has announced today it has raised CAD$10m (£4.8m) to bring its next-generation nuclear reactor to industrial markets in the next decade. The reactor is based on the Canadian firm’s Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR) technology, which uses a molten fluoride or chloride salt for fuel. The liquid fuel can be used for producing heat and also act as a coolant – a factor the firm claims significantly improves the safety profile of nuclear energy.
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