Nuclear innovation

We perform research on Radiation Protection, Nuclear safety, low-carbon power generation and waste management. These research themes contribute to our nuclear innovative power. We are continuously looking to develop our knowledge on Nuclear Technology for Health, Industry and Environment. Our knowledge provides the foundation for our services and product development. We provide services and products for the government, industry and medical sector.

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NRG is an internationally recognised partner in nuclear research and innovation. With over 60 years of experience we possess a large nuclear database. Data that has been validated and recognised by regulators. We use our database to contribute to research on the safe application of nuclear energy, waste management and radiation protection for people and the environment.

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06 July 2020

Molten salt

NRG started a new experiment within their Molten Salt Technology Program. The experiment aims to simulate what happens when the molten salt cools down to below 150 oC.

17 September 2019

Molten salt

At the end of this summer we reached a historic milestone by successfully concluding an irradiation test on molten nuclear fuel salts inside the High Flux Reactor in Petten. This is the first irradiation of its kind since the research carried out in the USA in the 1960s.

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