Copenhagen Atomics is participating in the Parliamentary Hearings on “Thorium – the near future’s green energy” that will take place on Friday 27 November 2015 in Landstingssalen at Christiansborg, Copenhagen. The company will have a chance to present its current projects and plans for the future, in particular the idea of building nuclear waste burners in 40 foot containers.
“We think it is important that politicians and journalists alike become aware that nuclear waste can be transformed into less dangerous substances” – says Thomas Jam Pedersen, co-founder of Copenhagen Atomics and invited speaker at the hearings. “At Copenhagen Atomics we are aiming to develop a technology that will be able to produce a lot of cheap CO2-neutral energy by reducing the storage time of the existing radioactive waste from 100,000+ to 300 years. Copenhagen Atomics wants to encourage politicians to support the technology which could change the world for the better.”
The Parliamentary Hearing is organised by Liberal Alliance and Landsforeningen for Reel Energioplysning (REO).
In order to participate in the event please register by writing to Jonna Vejrup Carlsen (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 22 November 2015.