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1  Unneeded Old Coal Power Plant      2  New Electricity Generator Building       
3  Power Plant Choices      3a  Pilot Plant Power      3b  Carbon Capture Power      3c  NuScale Nuclear Reactor      3d  ThorCon Nuclear Reactor      3e  General Atomics Nuclear Reactor

4  Hydrogen and Steam Generators      5  Biomass Preparation      6  Plasma Torch Biomass Gasifier     
7  Biosynfuel Refinery      8 Biosynthetic Fuels      8a Fuel Ethanol     8b Fuel Methanol     8c Fuel Hydrogen

There is a need for someone, somewhere, to publicize a comprehensive example of the great variety of fossil fuel replacement applications that can, and eventually will, be powered by the world's emerging fleet of small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs).
This web site is a start. Everything here can be bought or built today.

Stopping Climate Change
Electrify Everything Possible, Replace Oil and Natural Gas
with Equivalent CO2-Neutral Biosynfuels

A 'Stopping Climate Change' Conversion of an Unneeded Coal Power Plant to a 'Clean Energy Park'.

      Introductory Tour
      The Technology

  1.  Unneeded Old Coal Power Plant Site
  2.  New Electricity Generator Building
Power Plant Choices
            3    Power Plant Choices
            3a  Pilot Plant
            3b  Carbon Capture Power
            3c  NuScale Underground Nuclear Reactor
            3d  ThorCon Underground Nuclear Reactor
            3e  General Atomics Underground Nuclear Reactor
  4.  Hydrogen & Steam Generators, Desalinator 
  5.  Biomass Preparation
  6.  Plasma Torch Biomass Gasifier
  7.  Catalytic Biosynfuel Refinery
          7a  Cellulosic E85 Fuel Ethanol
             7b  Cellulosic M80 Fuel Methanol
             7c  Fuel Hydrogen


Some of the Other Aspects of Stopping Climate Change.

      Example: Nuclear Powered SKYscrubbers and SEAscrubbing desalinators

      Example: Nuclear Repowering of Tampa's BIG BEND Power Plant

      Example: Nuclear Repowering of the World's Largest Source of CO2: TAICHUNG Power Plant


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