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.
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Nuclear Costs Will Come Down, Executives Tell SenatorsMay 17, 2016
TerraPower Chief Technical Officer John Gilleland testified before the Senate Committee on Natural Resources, saying that one of the primary goals of new nuclear technologies is to lower upkeep costs and thus lower the cost of electricity generation.
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Source: San Antonio Express-News
Nuclear Firms: More Federal Money for Advanced ReactorsMay 17, 2016
Bloomberg BNA reporter Rebecca Kern summarizes a Congressional hearing on advanced nuclear technology development. As part of the hearing, TerraPower’s John Gilleland advocated to support the Nuclear Regulatory Commission with both funding and know-how to help license new nuclear technologies.
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Source: Bloomberg BNA
We Ignore Nuclear Power Development at Our PerilMay 06, 2016
Edward Klevans, professor emeritus of nuclear engineering at Pennsylvania State University, describes how companies like TerraPower help maintain American leadership in the nuclear industry.
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Source: The Jewish Chronicle