3c, General Atomics
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Site Facilities: 1 Unneeded Old Coal Power Plant
2 New Power Plant
Power Plant: 3 Power Plant Choices 3a Pilot Plant Power Drop 3b Carbon Capture Power REACTORS: 3c GA 1,560°F 3d NuScale 550°F 3e ThorCon 1,300°F 3f Terrestrial 1,300°F
Fuel Feedstock: 4 Hydrogen and Steam Generators 5 Biomass Preparation 6 Plasma Torch Biomass Gasifier
Refinery: 7 Biosynfuel Refinery 8 Biosynthetic Fuels 8a Cellulosic E85 BioEthanol 8b Cellulosic M70 BioMethanol 8c Cellulosic BioDiesel 8d Green Hydrogen
General Atomics EM2: A 265
megaWatt(e) Underground Reactor
All equipment, including the electricity generator, are attached together in exchangeable underground modules with rooms attached to both ends.
Industrial Configuration to mass-produce electricity and very hot heat for hydrogen gas to power California's transportation and industrial energy needs.
Factory produced means higher quality control, lower cost, quicker plant build times.