Links

Thorium Research and Advocacy Organisations

The Alvin Weinberg Foundation – London-based charity promoting thorium fuel and molten salt reactors.  Provides Secretariat to APPG on Thorium Energy.

International Thorium Energy Organisation (IThEO) – Sweden-based not-for-profit organisation promoting thorium as nuclear fuel.

Thorium Energy Association (ThorEA) – UK-based not-for-profit association promoting thorium as a nuclear fuel, and Accelerator-Driven Subcritical Reactors (ADSRs). Based at Huddersfield University.


Thorium & Advanced Reactor Research Programmes


Laboratory of Subatomic Physics and Cosmology (LPSC) Grenoble
– French molten salt fast reactor research programme.

Nuclear Institute Rez – Czech molten salt reactor research programme.

Thor Energy – Norwegian company testing solid thorium fuel at the OECD Halden Test Reactor.

Cambridge Nuclear Energy Centre – Multi-disciplinary University of Cambridge program, including work on thorium and new reactor systems.

REFINE Research Consortium – Molten salts research program taking place at several UK universities covering spent fuel reprocessing and use of molten salts as Gen IV fuel.

Fluoride Salt-Cooled High Temperature Reactor (FHR) Project – US government-funded molten salt-cooled reactor programme led by MIT.

Report: Thorium-Fuelled Molten Salt Reactors
Thorium-Fuelled Molten Salt Reactors

A Report by The Alvin Weinberg Foundation for the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Thorium Energy. Click the image to download.

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