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Thorium fake charity group cons El Salvador into joining the “Nuclear Power Club”.

Power, 20 Mar 23,

“…… the government of El Salvador and the Thorium Energy Alliance, a Harvard, Illinois–based non-profit advocacy group that endorses thorium-fueled reactors, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to promote the “El Salvador Energy Bridge” plan. The MOU was signed by Daniel Alvarez, El Salvador’s director general of Energy, Hydrocarbons, and Mines (DGEHM), and John Kutsch, executive director of the Thorium Energy Alliance, at the Embassy of El Salvador in Washington, D.C. (Figure 1), with Ambassador Milena Mayorga present to witness the event.

El Salvador has historically gotten much of its power from hydro and geothermal resources, according to International Energy Agency (IEA) data. In 2020, the most recent numbers available on the IEA’s website, hydropower accounted for about 32.8% of the electricity generation in El Salvador. Geothermal was second, supplying 24.6% of the mix, while oil (15.5%), solar PV (14.3%), and biofuels (12.9%) rounded out the list. El Salvador’s total generation in 2020 was about 6.321 TWh………………..”


March 22, 2023 - Posted by | marketing, SOUTH AMERICA


  1. Thorium Energy Alliance is NOT a fake charity group as you claim. Look on the official government IRS website! This site ought to be ashamed to publish YOUR fake information! If you are honorable, you will take this down immediately. Thorium Energy Alliance is worried about our future, and your shameless lie doesn’t help.

    Comment by Dina | March 28, 2023 | Reply

    • Oh Dina – pull the other leg. I don’t know what your connection is to the Thorium Energy Alliance – but I’ll be that there is one. It’s not a charity. It’s an organisation run by 3 men, whose names are kept secret. One can bet that they are present, past or future employees of the nuclear industry, who are desperately trying to further their own careers. Sounds exactly like a fake charity to me.

      Comment by Christina Macpherson | March 28, 2023 | Reply

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