Our technology can supply people all round the world with reliable and affordable energy. Fossil fuels could soon be history. Our arguments:
Low emission from the outset
Energy from Dual Fluid technology is virtually free of emissions. Constructing a Dual Fluid power plant produces comparatively few emissions because of its small size and the limited materials required. Once operational, CO₂ emissions fall to almost zero. Over its lifetime, a Dual Fluid power plant is simply the most environmentally friendly source of energy – even better than renewables.
As a fast reactor, a Dual Fluid reactor can utilize any fissile material: natural uranium, thorium or processed nuclear waste. The fission products decay after only a few hundred years – in contrast to waste today which remains radioactive a thousand times longer. The waste we already have could supply industrialized countries with power for several centuries.
"Next generation reactors will supply hydrogen and desalinated sea water in addition to electricity. Our future is nuclear."
Eric G. Meyer
Maximum power, minimum space
Dual Fluid can exploit the potential of nuclear fuel better than any other conventional nuclear technology design. Consequently, we can generate a lot of energy in a small space: we are ten times more efficient than current nuclear power plants, and 200 times better than wind power.
Performance without network expansion
A single Dual Fluid reactor can supply an industrial area or a town with both power and even fuels, without having to build new power lines. Numerous standardized units can be combined to make a major power plant. Once serial production has started, we can supply energy swiftly to numerous locations.
Energy for all
The efficient technical design means Dual Fluid energy will be so affordable and competitive it will displace coal, oil and gas from the market. For the very first time, even emerging markets could have a clean, cheap and reliable alternative to fossil fuels. This makes sustainable development truly possible.