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This site is dedicated to providing education regarding the LFTR and to advocate it’s consideration and adoption as the prime candidate to secure Singapore’s energy future.

The Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor (LFTR), is a truly revolutionary nuclear technology, it’s birth should have heralded an era of clean, peaceful and incredibly plentiful source of energy to humanity. However it’s future remains uncertain, suppressed by those who would rather profit from inefficient technologies that pollute our planet.

It is a technology that has already been proven, but for unfortunate circumstance nearly half a century ago, remains to this day an obscure process, known only to a few dedicated scientists, engineers and professionals determined to keep alive the promise.

On 2 Feb 2010, the Singapore Economic Strategies Committee (ESC) indicated that Singapore will consider nuclear energy for the future of the country. The announcement included the mention of the Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor (LFTR).