The reactor was first developed as a request of the Argentine Navy to power the TR-1700 class submarines of German design. In 1984 it was presented publicly for the first time during an IAEA conference in Peru. For political reasons the project was halted but was relaunched by the 2006 Argentine nuclear reactivation plan.
- El Carem fue diseñado a partir de la idea de técnicos navales para incluir un reactor de esas características en los submarinos comprados a Alemania en la década del 70
- El proyecto de reactor CAREM
- El Plan Nuclear Argentino coloca a Formosa en destacado lugar frente a la construcción del CAREM
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