Thorium Energy Alliance (TEA) is a non-governmental, non-profit 501(c)3, educational organization based in the United States, that seeks to promote energy security of the world through use of thorium as a fuel source. The potential for use of thorium was studied extensively during the 1950s and 60s, and now worldwide interest is being revived due to limitations and issues concerning safety, economics, use and issues in availability of other energy sources. TEA advocates thorium based nuclear power in present reactors and primarily in next generation reactors. TEA promotes a number of initiatives to educate scientists, engineers, government officials, policy makers and the general public.

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  • Thorium Energy Alliance (TEA) is a non-governmental, non-profit 501(c)3, educational organization based in the United States, that seeks to promote energy security of the world through use of thorium as a fuel source. The potential for use of thorium was studied extensively during the 1950s and 60s, and now worldwide interest is being revived due to limitations and issues concerning safety, economics, use and issues in availability of other energy sources. TEA advocates thorium based nuclear power in present reactors and primarily in next generation reactors. TEA promotes a number of initiatives to educate scientists, engineers, government officials, policy makers and the general public. (en)
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  • Thorium Energy Alliance (TEA) is a non-governmental, non-profit 501(c)3, educational organization based in the United States, that seeks to promote energy security of the world through use of thorium as a fuel source. The potential for use of thorium was studied extensively during the 1950s and 60s, and now worldwide interest is being revived due to limitations and issues concerning safety, economics, use and issues in availability of other energy sources. TEA advocates thorium based nuclear power in present reactors and primarily in next generation reactors. TEA promotes a number of initiatives to educate scientists, engineers, government officials, policy makers and the general public. (en)
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