Prototype nuclear reactor for ports



A maritime nuclear power specialist has raised US$100 million to help build a prototype proof-of-concept reactor for ports.

CORE POWER is participating in a programme to build the world’s first molten chloride fast reactor which will ‘change the way nuclear power works’, potentially unlocking safe, emission-free power for the shipping industry.

The initial aim is for shipyard-manufactured floating nuclear power plants that would produce green fuels derived from hydrogen through electrolysis of desalinated seawater.

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