Terrestrial Energy is developing a cogeneration plant for clean and cost-competitive heat and electric power generation that will change how the world produces energy.
This illustration is an outer view of the IMSR® Core-unit. Their connections to the rest of the power system are at the top, allowing for easy replacement every seven years.
This cutaway view show the interior of the IMSR® Core-unit. This elegant design enables Core-units to be factory made, easily transportable, and swappable inside the plant.
A cutaway view shows the complete IMSR® Core-unit with integrated heat exchangers in a storage silo.
This cutaway view illustration shows how an IMSR® Core-unit sits low and central in the reactor building, with replacement Core-units stored nearby.
Aerial view illustration of an IMSR® cogeneration plant supplying an industrial facility.
Front view illustration of an IMSR® cogeneration plant.
This animation shows the interior of the IMSR®400 power plant. The IMSR®400 power plant uses twin Integral Molten Salt Reactors (IMSR®s), which operate at nearly 50 percent higher thermal efficiency than conventional reactors for better performance.
This animation shows the exterior of the IMSR®400 power plant. The IMSR®400 has the capacity to generate 390 MW (net) of clean, reliable and carbon-free electric power using twin reactors and generators.
This supplement to the IAEA’s Advanced Reactor Information System (ARIS) provides a summary about Terrestrial Energy’s Integral Molten Salt Reactor on p. 243.
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Terrestrial Energy is an industry-leading technology company committed to delivering reliable, emission-free, and cost-competitive nuclear energy with a truly innovative advanced reactor design, the Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR®).