We're going nuclear!
Liquid flouride thoreum reactor
> Less risk of exposure to extreme radiation > Economically more stable > Durability > More materia needs to be added every 18-24 months > Thorium is cheaper
80 kg of Thorium would produce 100 megawatts, enough to keep the island running
No accurate cost can be provided since it varys, and Thorium is rather new, and does not have a general agreed upon standard However, Thorium is cheaper, and found in a relible supply rate
These reactors can easily be scaled. 100% of the waste is safe in 350 years, 83% in 10 years It can run for 50-75 years
Why is it the best option?
Cheaper fuel and maintanance cost Easier to turn into fuel source Can be controled in the event of a disaster More abundant in nature More economic overall Takes up little space Lower radioactivitry Lower half life
It can be placed anywhere, and it can bve moved even!