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We are taking a technology (nuclear energy) that is already clean, safe, and efficient and we’re making it cleaner, safer, and more efficient.


Desalination of water requires large amounts of energy, and molten salt reactors (MSRs) provide both the thermal energy and electric power for efficient desalination –promising fresh water to the world.


Conventional nuclear reactors create isotopes that serve the medical industry and fight cancer, but a molten salt reactor vastly improves on this process.

Molten Salt Reactors (MSRs)

Liquid-fueled Molten Salt Reactors (MSRs) present a safe, clean, and efficient technology that is carbon-free. MSRs serve many functions as they have the ability to provide answers for the energy needs we are facing globally along with delivering solutions for clean water and bringing unprecedented access to specific medical isotopes. MSRs are not only reliable, but they could potentially be used to recycle spent nuclear fuel. Liquid-fueled MSRs have two specific characteristics that make them safer, cleaner, and more efficient: salt-cooled and liquid-fueled.



MSRs and Energy

Federal policy in recent years has recognized nuclear energy as a clean, reliable and resilient source of energy as shown by bi-partisan support of legislation such as the Nuclear Energy Innovation Capabilities Act (NEICA – 2018)and the Nuclear Energy Innovation and Modernization Act (NEIMA – 2019).

Nuclear Energy

New administration energy policy, specifically the cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline (January 2021) shows an increased desire and commitment to move away from carbon-emitting sources of power production.

The largest utility providers in the United States have pledged to reduce carbon emissions by more than 90 percent by 2050.

While carbon emissions and energy sources associated with those emissions are reduced, the overall demand for power in the world continues to increase.  The energy sources that are lost with the push to reduce carbon emissions must be replaced with carbon-free sustainable, baseload power that is available on-demand.

MSRs and Medical

The utilization of liquid fuel in a molten salt reactor (MSR) provides greater access to advanced medical isotopes that have been proven to be effective at diagnosing and treating certain diseases such as cancer.  With continued advancement in MSR technologies, we believe we will eventually be able to harvest alpha particles that can be used in Targeted Alpha Therapy (TAT).  This targeted radiation therapy selectively targets cancer cells while minimizing damage to the surrounding healthy cells.

The images shown on the left demonstrate the successful results of using TAT to treat prostate cancer that had spread through the patient’s body.

MSRs and Water

Molten Salt Reactors (MSRs) have the ability to produce high levels of heat, upwards of 700C, that can be used in a variety of high process heat applications, such as the production of various types of steel and chemical products.  These high levels of process heat can also be used to desalinate water.  One out of every three people in the world does not have access to clean water.  An MSR that utilizes its excess heat to desalinate water can help solve that worldwide problem.,