Thorium Power and DBI are involved in putting on a forum in DC to inform the washington media and others about Thorium Nov 30, 2006 at the National Press Club in Washington DC
Clean Nuclear Energy: Thorium 2006
DBI, a California-based aerospace company involved in the research and development of thorium-fueled reactors, will host a forum on Thursday, November 30, from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, on thorium as an abundant source of clean energy to meet the world’s growing energy needs.
The forum will address the role of thorium in three key areas: the environmental benefits of thorium; the safety and national security aspects of thorium; and the economic benefits and commercial applications of thorium. A detailed agenda and list of speakers can be found below.
DBI, a California-based company established in 1965 and involved in the research and development of thorium-fueled reactors joined by Thorium Power, Ltd., of Virginia
Forum on thorium as an alternative source of clean nuclear energy
National Press Club
529 14th Street, N.W.
Holeman Lounge (13th Floor)
This conference is being organized by D’Auvergne Brothers Industries (DBI), a leader in aerospace and thorium reactor design for over 30 years. DBI has been developing a new type of small thorium-fuelled reactors which could complement the work Thorium Power has been doing with its proprietary thorium-based fuels for existing and new types of medium to large scale reactors.
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