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The Nuclear Reaction That's Virtually Meltdown-Proof
Investing in the Future of Thorium
June 4th, 2020
The dangers of nuclear energy have been on the minds of top officials the world over since the Fukushima Daiichi disaster in 2011.
Few will soon forget that meltdown – or the ongoing issues it is causing, as contaminated water piles up in storage tanks.
It's happened before, and it could happen again...
What if another Superstorm Sandy arrives, this time headed for a nuclear site?
That's what makes thorium more attractive now than ever.
The element that takes its name from the god of thunder is powerful.
Its melting point is so high, in fact, that it could be virtually meltdown-proof.
Imagine a world in which we can produce clean nuclear energy without the fear of a nuclear disaster.
Thorium offers that future.
But the element still isn't in widespread use. Only a limited range of reactors can handle thorium reactions, and research is still being conducted to maximize the potential of these reactors.
That's why, once these reactors reach their full potential, the few companies involved in thorium exploration will come out on top.
A new report from Energy and Capital explains this in detail, including why thorium will become more important to the nuclear sector, who is involved in the research, and how you can begin to add thorium to your portfolio.
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