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Lightbridge Corporation
11710 Plaza America Drive
Suite 2000
Reston, VA 20190


Investor Relations: 1.212.564.4700


Investor Relations

Lightbridge (NASDAQ: LTBR) is a nuclear fuel technology development company based in Reston, Virginia, USA. The Company develops proprietary next generation nuclear fuel technologies for current and future reactors, which significantly enhances the economics and safety of nuclear power, operating about 1000° C cooler than standard fuel. In January 2018, Lightbridge and Framatome, Inc. formed a 50-50 joint venture, Enfission, LLC, to develop, license, manufacture, and sell nuclear fuel assemblies based on Lightbridge-designed metallic fuel technology and other advanced nuclear fuel intellectual property. Enfission has the exclusive rights to this technology and is responsible for the development of manufacturing processes and fuel assembly designs for pressurized water reactors (PWRs), boiling water reactors (BWRs), water-cooled small modular reactors, and water-cooled research reactors developed around this intellectual property. PWRs and BWRs constitute the most widely used reactor types in the world. Four large electric utilities that generate about half the nuclear power in the US already advise Lightbridge on fuel development and deployment. In addition to distributions from Enfission based on the parties’ ownership interest in the joint venture, Lightbridge anticipates receiving future licensing revenues in connection with sales by Enfission of nuclear fuel incorporating its intellectual property. Lightbridge also provides comprehensive advisory services for established and emerging nuclear programs based on a philosophy of transparency, non-proliferation, safety and operational excellence.

Key investment highlights include:

  • Developed and patented an independently validated metallic nuclear fuel
    • Completed initial manufacturing and successful testing of the fuel
  • Addresses growing $25 billion global market for nuclear fuel
    • Represents the lowest levelized cost for adding incremental power to the grid
  • Improved operating economics for global nuclear utilities
    • Increased power output and enhanced reactor safety
    • Added revenue and high IRR for existing and new utilities
  • High-margin revenue from licensing fees & royalties
    • 25% penetration of the U.S. market alone would generate $150-200M of royalty fees per year
  • Clean capital structure with no long-term debt
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