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Lightbridge fuel development gains DOE funding

30 mei 2019

Framatome has received a voucher through the US Department of Energy's Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear programme to support development of Lightbridge Fuel in collaboration with Idaho National Laboratory.

Bron: World Nuclear News
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