TerraPower

Media Coverage

  • Three Steps to Discovery in Aging Archives

    TerraPower’s CEO discusses the importance of archival knowledge, using TerraPower’s work on HT-9 steel alloys as a proof point.


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  • 30 Under 30–The Future of Energy is Nuclear

    TerraPower’s Robert Petroski is included in Forbes “30 Under 30” list for energy.


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  • Nuclear Industry Looks Toward Smaller Reactors

    TerraPower earns a brief mention in USA Today’s article on the recent government funding of small modular reactors.


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  • Turn Nuclear Waste Into Fuel

    Inc. Magazine spotlights TerraPower in a package praising entrepreneurs pursuing ambitious goals at a time when so many are focused on ever-narrower niches. The article provides an overview of the traveling wave reactor and its improvements on current reactor technology.


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  • Nuclear Aims Small

    Within a larger discussion on projected funding from the U.S. Department of Energy for small modular reactors (SMR), TerraPower CEO John Gilleland provides perspective on TerraPower’s alternative reactor technology and its advantages over popular SMR designs.


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  • TerraPower Seeking Partners for Demonstration TWR

    TerraPower’s Roger Reynolds provides a general update on the company and technology.


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  • Power Surge: Uranium Alloy Fuel for TerraPower

    Y-12 Report highlights work that has been conducted at the complex on behalf of TerraPower. Since 2010, the Y‑12 National Security Complex has provided TerraPower with technical support on fabrication methods for a uranium alloy fuel for the TWR.

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  • Next Nukes at Hanford Might be Little Guys

    TerraPower’s traveling wave reactor is discussed among the other nuclear energy innovation taking place in Washington State.


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  • Is the Future of Nuclear Power in Minireactors?

    NPR reviews the various small modular reactor designs under development, including TerraPower’s traveling wave reactor.


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  • Breed and Burn Reactors–Could Recycling Waste Redeem Nuclear Power?

    Mitch Beedie examines TerraPower’s reactor design, looking at the viability of extracting energy from depleted uranium to power new nuclear reactors.


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  • Reactor Design Firm Signs Bellevue Lease

    TerraPower moves to new offices, located at 330 120th Ave NE, Suite 100, Bellevue, WA 98005.

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  • Nuclear Energy Innovation–Getting Off the Bench

    Blogger Melissa Lott writes about TerraPower’s unique ability to spur innovation and new construction in a revitalized nuclear industry.


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