“Concerned that policy to mitigate climate change, with its carbon-capture technology and costly market-based solutions, is overly centred on symptoms rather than causes. The documentary intend to show that the startling availability of this safe, carbon-free and bountiful energy source is good news for everyone. We intend to bring a fresh, sound and coherent dialogue to the screen and I think that the exciting world of thorium in our energy future will make a head turning show,” Says Frankie.
He continues "At the Thorium Energy conference, ThEC2010, we will be conducting interviews with a broad spectrum of delegates. We want the public to understand Thorium scientist's passion for their research and the real and tantalizing possibilities the technology provides along with pragmatic assessments of its feasibility."
Frankie Fenton received his masters degree in film from Dublin City University and has worked his entire television career in London. He is a founding member of Square Planet which is currently in production of a documentary focusing on Thorium Energy.
Des Kelleher has a background in Mathematical Physics and, through his work with start-up companies, has a keen interest in bringing revolutionary new technologies to reality and is involved with Square Planet in a research capacity.
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