With over 50,000 people coming to Denver, the Sunday event is a unique and affordable way for Colorado to showcase its culture and diversity during the DNC. John R. "Grizz" Deal, CEO of Hyperion, agrees and believes it is an excellent opportunity to interact directly with the public concerning key public policy issues, and the global energy crisis in particular.
Conceived at Los Alamos National Laboratory, the Hyperion Power Module intellectual property portfolio has been licensed to Hyperion Power Generation for commercialization under the laboratory's technology transfer program. Inherently safe and proliferation-resistant, the HPM utilizes the energy of low-enriched uranium fuel in a technology unlike any other currently in development or use that builds on the decades of safe and secure use of academic and training reactors at universities and laboratories. Approximately 4,000 units of the same design will be produced, sealed and shipped from company manufacturing sites around the globe.
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