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Site Facilities:     1  Unneeded Old Coal Power Plant      2  New Power Plant Building       
Power Plant:       3  Power Plant Choices    3a  Pilot Plant Power Drop  CCS:  3b  Natural Gas    3c Hybrid CO2  Nuclear:  3d  GA 1,560F    3e  NuScale 550F    3f  ThorCon 1,300F    3g  Terrestrial  1,300F 

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

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Terrestrial Energy: A 190 megaWatt(e) Underground Molten Salt Reactor

https://www.terrestrialenergy.com/ 

 

Exchangeable Terrestrial Energy 190 megaWatt(e) Integral Molten Salt Reactor's major components showing suggested applications.
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Footnotes & Links

The unneeded power plant your author has in mind is a small single unit coal power plant located over a prime Carbon Capture disposal strata in Michigan.

 

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