Title: SNO+, Solar Neutrinos, and Nonstandard Models


SNO+ is a scintillator experiment that will explore a wide range of neutrino physics. The main goal of the experiment is to search for neutrinoless double beta decay. Detection of this process would be evidence that neutrinos are Majorana particles, which would make them the only known particles to be the same as their antimatter version. SNO+ will also provide an opportunity to study low energy solar neutrinos. Spectral measurements of these signals are interesting as solar neutrino experiments have yet directly to see the transition region between matter-enhanced and vacuum oscillations. This region is particularly sensitive to models of nonstandard neutrino interactions. I will discuss the current status of SNO+ and its potential sensitivity to various signals, and review a recent analysis of the current evidence for any nonstandard effects in solar neutrino measurements.