Long-time subscribers know that the Trends editors have been some of the most enthusiastic supporters of the accelerating North American Energy Revolution, and we’ve also explained why nuclear fusion has enormous potential for 2100 and beyond. But we’re extremely bullish on the truly disruptive potential of the latest fission technology, especially small-scale thorium-based reactors. Why is this “new fission technology” the right answer for the second half of the 21st century? Why do we expect it to take off in unexpected places? Why has it been ignored for so long by those who invented it? We’ll provide the answers.
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