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Moltex Energy is developing and advancing a next-generation nuclear reactor that is capable of generating clean electricity at a much economical cost than fossil fuels. This objective will be realistic through Moltex Energy's fully patented and protected technology based on Stable Salt Reactor (SSR), the first fundamentally new nuclear technology. The company shares good relationships with the UK, the USA and the Canadian government. Moltex Energy aims to transform the world's energy market by designing intrinsically safe nuclear reactors that deliver clean energy at a lower cost than coal or gas, which is the key to provide affordable energy and make a meaningful impact on climatic.

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    pledged
  • 143%
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  • Expired
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    £4,000,000
    target

    0.00%
    equity available

    156
    investors

    £36,723
    pledge per investor

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