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Jun 18, 2024

SHINE Technologies and Zeno Power partner to develop circular radioisotope supply chain

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  • SHINE Technologies, a fusion company that recycles and reuses spent nuclear fuel, has partnered with Zeno Power, a leading developer of Radioisotope Power Systems (RPSs), to develop a supply chain for radioisotopes.

  • SHINE plans to provide Zeno with Strontium-90 (Sr-90), a byproduct of nuclear fission, to generate power for RPSs. The collaboration opens up possibilities for recycling nuclear waste into sustainable energy sources. Using Sr-90 from SHINE, Zeno hopes to broaden the application of its lightweight, economic RPSs, which have previously secured contracts with NASA, the US Navy, and the US Space Force.

  • Founded in 2005, Shine is a Wisconsin-based company that offers a proprietary medical isotope production process. The company has since leveraged its expertise in fusion technology to tackle nuclear waste recycling.

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