Indonesia Exploring Liquid Fuel Nuclear Power Plants to Cut Reliance on Coal

Indonesia has signed a memorandum of understanding with Martingale to develop thorium molten salt nuclear reactors to generate electricity. These will reduce the growth of coal-fired plants, slated to add 20 GW of generation capacity in the country’s most recent energy plan. Indonesia is serious about developing the non-intermittent, clean, and inexpensive power that ThorCon molten salt reactors offer.

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Posted December 7, 2015 by repit in News

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