Solvay & AREVA to jointly develop thorium for nuclear power plants


Solvay and AREVA will jointly develop new applications for the use of thorium.

The agreement will define conditions that ensure the responsible management of thorium, including the deployment of a research and development program to study the use of thorium as a potential fuel in nuclear power plants. Both companies have thorium inventories in France.

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