TerraPower

Media Coverage

  • Pandora’s Promise

    Near the end of Robert Stone’s pro-nuclear documentary, Stewart Brand discusses TerraPower’s potential to resolve nuclear energy’s longstanding problems.


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  • Bill Gates 2.0

    This personal profile of Bill Gates highlights his involvement with TerraPower.


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  • Generation Next

    TerraPower’s TWR is mentioned as a Generation IV nuclear reactor design with great potential for the future.


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  • By 2023, a Changed World in Energy

    Clifford Krauss includes TerraPower’s technology in his imagined world of 2023.


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  • The Experts: What’s the Best Way Forward on Nuclear Power?

    Todd Myers, a member of “The Experts” panel for the Wall Street Journal, advocates that TerraPower’s reactor is a solid path for the future.


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  • Power from Nuclear Waste

    Interview with John Gilleland, conducted after he spoke as part of the Energy Innovation Pioneer Breakfast at CERAWeek.


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  • In Search of Energy Miracles

    TerraPower is mentioned in Justin Gillis’ summary of CERAWeek.


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  • CERAWEEK-Gates Favors Nuclear Power to Help Limit Climate Change

    Summary of TerraPower Chairman Bill Gates’ keynote address to the IHS CERAWeek Conference.


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  • Energy: Will Small Nuclear Plants Revive Nuclear Power?

    This article focuses on the fascinating concentration of small nuclear reactor development in the Tri-Cities area, mentioning TerraPower’s TWR as another form of development in the region’s nuclear industry.


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  • Nuclear Power from Uranium Waste

    One financial analysts’ take on the potential impact of TerraPower traveling wave technology.


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  • Bill Gates-backed Company Looks to Turn Nuclear Waste into Power

    Summary of TerraPower’s current business status.

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  • Nuclear Energy: Flexible Fission

    The popular acronym “SMR” is defined in two ways–the common “small modular reactor” and the IAEA-defined “small-to-medium-sized reactor.” This article discusses why TerraPower’s prototype TWR is an example of a “small-to-medium-sized” reactor under development. TerraPower’s ultimate goal is to develop a full-scale nuclear reactor to provide base load electricity.


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