Bold Action, Focused Effort Can Solve the UnsolvableSeptember 03, 2016
Using TerraPower as an example, columnist Dr. Scott Morris reflects on what it takes to solve difficult problems. In his opinion, the company’s success is the result of hard work and mission-driven innovation, principles that could be applied to push any effort forward.
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Source: The Commercial Appeal
Private Investment Could Be Key to Nuclear’s FutureJuly 27, 2016
Paul D. Gray, CEO of uranium and lithium miner Zadar Ventures Ltd., opines that private investors today are key to the growth of advanced nuclear technologies. He lauds Bill Gates’s investment in TerraPower as a good example of such investment.
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Bill Gates and Other Billionaires Backing a Nuclear RenaissanceJuly 07, 2016
OilPrice.com’s James Stafford discusses how Bill Gates and others are using their wealth to innovate nuclear technologies. TerraPower’s traveling wave reactor technology is noted as a system with potential to reduce nuclear waste.
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Nuclear Option Could Be Best Bet to Combat Climate ChangeJune 03, 2016
ClimateWire’s Umair Irfan lays out how nuclear technologies, including those developed by advanced nuclear companies, can help combat climate change. He mentions TerraPower’s reactor design, which promises to yield substantial gains in fuel efficiency.
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Source: Scientific American
The $10 Billion Solution to Climate ChangeMay 20, 2016
As a follow up to the Fortune Brainstorm E conference, reporter Brian Dumaine takes a look at how advanced reactor technologies like the traveling wave reactor provide options for affordable carbon-free power. TerraPower CEO Lee McIntire participated in the conference panel that informed Mr. Dumaine’s article.
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Nuclear Innovators Say Public-Private Collaboration VitalMay 19, 2016
TerraPower’s John Gilleland appeared before Congress in May, testifying about the benefits public-private collaboration affords companies. TerraPower, like many advanced nuclear companies, works closely with the U.S. Department of Energy.
Source: Nuclear Energy InstituteVisit Website »