Sunday, November 9, 2008

Mini-nuke plants from Santa Fe

Hyperion Power Generation of Santa Fe has turned the first letter of intent received in August into what "The Guardian" of Britain calls "more than 100 firm orders" for its small nuclear power generating plants that are based on technology licensed from Los Alamos National Laboratory. For The Guardian's story, see
The August letter of intent cane came from TES, a Czech infrastructure company specialising in water plants and power plants.
Hyperion's power plants, smaller than a garden shed and able to power 20,000 homes, cost $25 million. The newer orders are from oil companies and utilities, John Deal, Hyperion president told "The Guardian."

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