U.S. Acts to Spur Development of High-Tech ReactorsJanuary 19, 2016
The U.S. Department of Energy announces $40 million each to X-energy and Southern Company to help develop advanced nuclear reactors over the next five years. TerraPower is working with Southern Company on a molten chloride reactor design.
Author: Henry FountainVisit Website »
Source: New York Times
8 Tech Breakthroughs of 2015 That Could Help Power the WorldDecember 29, 2015
National Geographic’s Wendy Koch cites TerraPower as a major player in the advanced nuclear reactor field. TerraPower’s progress on the TWR is a milestone in the future of advanced reactors.
Author: Wendy KochVisit Website »
Source: National Geographic
Paris Climate Talks: U.S. Energy Chief Says Solution Lies in InnovationDecember 07, 2015
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz mentions TerraPower’s traveling wave technology during a discussion with Christian Science Monitor about the future of nuclear energy innovation. The interview took place during Secretary Moniz’s participation in the COP-21 climate change negotiations in Paris.
Author: David J. UngerVisit Website »
Source: Christian Science Monitor
Gates Leads Global Billionaires in Clean Energy Investment PledgeNovember 30, 2015
Xconomy’s Benjamin Romano covers Bill Gates’s global initiative to spur investment and innovation in the energy sector, noting the TerraPower’s Chairman’s involvement with the traveling wave reactor.
Author: Benjamin RomanoVisit Website »
Li Welcomes U.S. Nuclear TeamworkNovember 13, 2015
During a recent trip to China, TerraPower Chairman Bill Gates met with Premier Li Keqiang, discussing the importance of international cooperation on energy projects like TerraPower’s traveling wave reactor.
Author: Zhao YinanVisit Website »
Source: China Daily
TerraPower: At The Nexus of New Nuclear Technology and Chinese TradeNovember 10, 2015
TerraPower’s Kevan Weaver participates in a Q&A with NEI Nuclear Notes, highlighting the importance of 123 Agreements in facilitating the company’s international R&D programs.
Source: NEI Nuclear NotesVisit Website »