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KAERI and Seaborg sign MoU on MSR development

28/05/2024, Seoul, Korea 

KAERI and Seaborg APS sign an MOU on MSR Development

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On May 27, 2024, the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) and Seaborg signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the Danish ambassador's residence.

In a significant step towards carbon neutrality, KAERI and Seaborg have joined forces to advance nuclear technology. Both organizations recognize the critical role of nuclear power in a carbon-neutral future and have been working independently on advanced nuclear systems, especially the Molten Salt Reactor (MSR). This MoU sets the stage for both parties to combine their research and development strengths, enhancing their capabilities and driving innovation in nuclear technology.


The signing ceremony featured addresses from key figures: Danish Ambassador Svend Olling, KAERI President Han Gyu Joo, and Seaborg CEO Klaus Nyengaard. They discussed the history of energy cooperation between South Korea and Denmark, emphasizing the importance of sustainable and innovative energy solutions. They emphasized the role of nuclear power in achieving carbon neutrality and highlighted how this MoU paves the way for practical cooperation in the future.


The Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) is a leading organization in the field of nuclear energy research and development. Its mission is to contribute to the safe and efficient use of nuclear energy, supporting sustainable growth and environmental protection.

About Seaborg 

Seaborg is a Danish nuclear energy company that develops a new, safe nuclear technology based on a molten salt reactor design. The company's mission is to provide clean, safe, and reliable power generation to meet the growing demand for sustainable energy worldwide.


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